Mulholland Snake GSXR 600 Run GoPro





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Published on Jun 26, 2011

Two GSXRs up on Mulholland Canyon "Snake", Johnn5 with the camera and Pasha upfront.

Comments • 24

Tire choice for the making of this video?
Nice video. I was looking for a rider view riding on Mulholland. . Note: The video would be much better without the music, in my opinion.
Mike H
Depends on what type of 600cc bike you're talking about. I recently got a ninja650 which is a v twin so it has more low end power than a true race bike like a gsxr or zx6r. Switching from a ninja 250 I can say on the highway the extra power is a godsend. Wouldn't consider 400cc to be pushing it. 600cc is sort of the sweet spot between usable power and gas mileage. More than that and your sacrificing daily riding practicality for the thrill of faster acceleration.
I doubt you'll keep up with them once they got 60-85mph on the straight shot at 1:00. These riders looks really good. Where are your canyon videos? Where are your videos of your cbr250? Just wondering dude. Not calling you out.
All good bro. Post some videos when you do a track day. I'm sure Michigan must have some tracks. The cbr250 should be a lot of fun on a narrow short track. I rode my friend's ninja250 in Malibu and it was so much fun. Ride safe dude. City riding is 100x more dangerous than canyons.
Dang dude. Awesome video. The downhill part of the snake always spooks me. I'll try to memorize your lines. Thumbs up and subscribed!
Panu Behm
Well sure it aint gonna do anything bad for the motor, but it's way more nicer to go on low rpm on the highway than run your motor with all it can do, on long trips it eventually starts hurting your ass and ears. Been there done that. Im not saying 250 is totally undrivable motorbike, sure it's a nice machine, and you can drive alot with it. But I would still choose the 600, and I guess many others would really make the same choise.
Panu Behm
Chosing between 250 and 600 (if you really had money for both of them) would be a single decision, With the 250 you do have to run high rpm on the motor sometimes, with the 600 you can easily take the speed which you would do with the smaller bike, with lower rpm on the motor. I'd choose 600 afterall, even for longer trips.
David Henk
Low rpm on the motor isn't necessarily a good thing. And a 250 is designed to run at high rpm, the cbr250r starts pulling around 6k all the way to the 10.5k redline. You can run the engine at high rpm all day with absolutely no problem. It's probably quicker than you think too, I can hit 45 in 2nd gear which is the speed limit on all the roads around here. And it will still do 90+ on the freeway which is more than enough to get you a ticket. I can rip through ALL the gears and get 70+ mpg
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