The guy grinned at me as he handed me the key, "there u go, enjoy." he smirked and headed back into the shop.
I started the bike and listened to the throaty roar that the aftermarket muffler emitted. healthy. I let it warm up a bit and put my helmet and gloves on. Pausing only to check myself out in the shopfront window, I revved up the 'bike and charge out of the lot.
Woah. the power oozing from the beast between my legs was little other than awesome.
I glided down the main road, listening to the 'bike for a bit, then turn left into a sided street, where I opened up 1st and second gear.
Woah. the power that was fed and barely restrained from the motor made me _smile_, it hurts when u grin to large inside a helmet.
finding myself all to quickly at the end of the street, I wandered around zapping the 'bike up and down the rev range, in 1st and second gear. I managed to not mono on these occasions, but the bike easily would've.. sweet
finding an entrance to the freeway, I turned onto, and fully opened the 'bike up... when I got to 160 kph and was only in 3rd gear and I was weaving thru traffic bit quicker than I should have been I decided to just settle and see how it cruised. 4 seconds later I dropped it out of 6th back into 3rd, grabbed a fistful of accelerator and hung on.
I saw nothing but sky, as the nose of the 'bike rose into the air, and stayed there. having not even enough sense to shit myself, I leaned forward, but this just fed more power thru the throttle, and I simply accelerated.. by the time I had sense to slow down, and back off the throttle I was doing nearly 180, and the engine was screaming, I got the front wheel down again, and slowed down shitting myself fully now as that corner that hadn't been there suddenly loomed LARGE. Throwing the bike left a again hung on, but found the bike happily screamed around the corner, and took me with it..
Woah. this thing had yet to complain or struggle with any challenge I had thrown at it. EXCELLENT..
I carefully rode back to the 'bike shop and pulled in.. it was hard not to rip a cheek off form the grin that had spread across my face, and the sales guy noticed this and grinned back.. "How'd it go?" he casually asked, "not bad.. not bad." I replied as stoically as I could then burst out, "WHERE DO I SIGN??? that was FUCKIN AWESOME!" he smiled and laughed, and walked me inside..
Today I think I bought a GSXR 1000 ... heh heh heh
- Music:Left Eye Lopes - The Block Party (Radio Edit) (1)