2003 ZX-6R Track Test Reader Feedback

Motorcycle.com Staff
by Motorcycle.com Staff
MORidian Sean Alexander has always lived by the mantra of "bigger is better," a sad belief that has been reinforced after spending five hours flogging the new Kawasaki ZX-6R around the Streets of Willow.

All of which begs the question: Is a 636cc bike moral and "fair" to use in our upcoming 600cc shootout?

What say you, MOfos?

Initially, it seems clear-cut: The bike isn't a 600, so it's not fair. But on further thought, and some perusing of all the American race rulebooks, it seems this 636cc monster is legal to race in every 600cc event with the exception of AMA Pro Racing's Supersport, thus, for all but about 50 MOfos who hold Pro licenses and indent to compete in said class, who really cares about that? And we all hate those MOfos that're that much faster than the rest of us goons, right? So there! Come back and we'll taunt you again!

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