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Answer #1 | 07/09 2015 17:38
It is like asking which top fuel drag racer is the most forgiving. They aren't made to be smooth or forgiving.
Answer #2 | 07/09 2015 18:26
There are plenty of less focused inline 4 600cc motorbikes – but a genuine sportsbike is neither forgiving or smooth.
Answer #3 | 07/09 2015 14:57
Maybe something like the Suzuki GS500F or the Kawasaki Ninja 500. Well, those aren't 600cc, but you can put a sticker over where it says 500, right?
Answer #4 | 07/09 2015 13:56
None. If you do not have experience riding big bikes, they are all dangerous.
Answer #5 | 11/09 2015 14:29
That would be a Ninja 250; one of the most manageable sport bikes made.
Answer #6 | 07/09 2015 22:04
The Honda CBR600 is the most forgiving and street friendly. All other models are race track ready.
Answer #7 | 08/09 2015 04:57
R69S
Answer #8 | 10/09 2015 03:28
CBF or GSXF bikes have a more upright position and are meant more for sport touring then racing. Both inline fours , smooth as silk.. Tons of power just not as agressive as their “ R” cousins
Answer #9 | 08/09 2015 17:18
They're all much of a muchness. Thin seat, small tank and twitchy front end.
Answer #10 | 07/09 2015 15:22
None - they are all track focussed high performance bikes that bite back if you get it wrong
Answer #11 | 08/09 2015 16:23
it is not the bike that is smooth and forgiving it is the rider.
Answer #12 | 09/09 2015 20:21
a BMW R60/5 or /6. the earlier R69/2 is another very smooth runner but doesn't, weaker 6 volt electrics have as good brakes and no electric starter. weaker 6 volt electrics. Al can be very 'sporty' and give you speeding tickets.
Answer #13 | 07/09 2015 10:38
It is like asking which top fuel drag racer is the most forgiving. They aren't made to be smooth or forgiving.
Answer #14 | 07/09 2015 07:57
Maybe something like the Suzuki GS500F or the Kawasaki Ninja 500. Well, those aren't 600cc, but you can put a sticker over where it says 500, right?
Answer #15 | 07/09 2015 06:56
None. If you do not have experience riding big bikes, they are all dangerous.
Answer #16 | 11/09 2015 07:29
That would be a Ninja 250; one of the most manageable sport bikes made.
Answer #17 | 09/09 2015 13:21
a BMW R60/5 or /6. the earlier R69/2 is another very smooth runner but doesn't, weaker 6 volt electrics have as good brakes and no electric starter. weaker 6 volt electrics. Al can be very 'sporty' and give you speeding tickets.
Answer #18 | 07/09 2015 11:26
There are plenty of less focused inline 4 600cc motorbikes – but a genuine sportsbike is neither forgiving or smooth.
Answer #19 | 07/09 2015 15:04
The Honda CBR600 is the most forgiving and street friendly. All other models are race track ready.
Answer #20 | 09/09 2015 20:28
CBF or GSXF bikes have a more upright position and are meant more for sport touring then racing. Both inline fours , smooth as silk.. Tons of power just not as agressive as their “ R” cousins
Answer #21 | 08/09 2015 10:18
They're all much of a muchness. Thin seat, small tank and twitchy front end.
Answer #22 | 07/09 2015 08:22
None - they are all track focussed high performance bikes that bite back if you get it wrong
Answer #23 | 07/09 2015 21:57
R69S
Answer #24 | 08/09 2015 09:23
it is not the bike that is smooth and forgiving it is the rider.

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