If you are a beginning rider, you should know that you are recommended to start with small bikes, which shouldn’t incorporate an engine larger than 600 cc that can not deliver more performance than you can handle; among the great options you have is the 2013 Kawasaki Ninja 300 which has an 296 cc engine and falls in the category of sport bikes.
In terms of design, the 2011 Kawasaki Ninja 650R is so easily different from the competition, as well as the previous model with details derived from super-sport, the headlights and windshield and the fairing has quite steep lines, to give his 650R a look more sporty. By contrast, the fuel tank, saddle and tail are rounded. It adds a tubular frame profile section and a D rear arm and the bike end up having an aggressive look refined.
Although on the European market Kawasaki does not offer too many choices for beginners, the “weakest street” model being ER6, for Americans, the Greens still give a modernized ancient GPZ cylindrical 250 and 500 cc. Ninja 500R would probably be retired after nearly 20 years of service, but the younger brother has just received a new facelift.