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Thread: Future of superbikes in India: A survey

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    Filled the response, all the best for your survey. Think you could have added a few more questions to get a more comprehensive picture.

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    Filled out my opinion . Wish you best of luck
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    Thank you all for answering the survey.. I am done with my project and i must say that the future of superbikes looks great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inline4 View Post
    Frankly after going through all the blogs i didn't found even a single rider who uses chest protectors whether inbuilt with jacket or wearing externally, now that puts me in dilemma whether this SBK owners do really care about their chest or rib cage in case of a front impact or not.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shrinathrao View Post
    Frankly after going through all the blogs i didn't found even a single rider who uses chest protectors whether inbuilt with jacket or wearing externally, now that puts me in dilemma whether this SBK owners do really care about their chest or rib cage in case of a front impact or not.
    Well that is really not good as a fall might cost heavily. But still shrinath sir, with all due respect you cannot go on and endorse these guards. It varies from person to person. But the most common point is much of the riders do not know even about spine protectors, chest protectors, you-know-what protectors etc as many of us do not have the golden opportunity to know from a specimen like you. Frankly speaking even I din't know about those guards.
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    Quote Originally Posted by utsavchs View Post
    Well that is really not good as a fall might cost heavily. But still shrinath sir, with all due respect you cannot go on and endorse these guards. It varies from person to person. But the most common point is much of the riders do not know even about spine protectors, chest protectors, you-know-what protectors etc as many of us do not have the golden opportunity to know from a specimen like you. Frankly speaking even I din't know about those guards.
    I am not here to endorse anything, Its just if you can afford a bike of 10 lakhs + you can spend 10% of cost for your own protection. I know outsiders dont know about spine and chest protectors but being a xbhpian one is fully aware of the gears. And i use back and chest protector does not make me any different specimen, its just i want to protect my chest and back in case of crash and you and others those who dont want to use it, its their wish. MAY GOD BLESS YOUR CHEST AND BACK.
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