This will be your first bike, is this right?
Well you would want a GSXR1000 for sure but you would be better off buying a beater because you will wreck it and if you have a new bike when you wreck you will be left with a wrecked bike and a loan for a new bike that you wrecked.
Here is a bike but it is a bit pricey to wreck.
Here is a bike more like it. A SV 650, if you wreck it no big deal and not a bad price either. Easy bike to learn on. You should look for bikes in this price range and cc size.
Here is another SV a bit more pricey but a bike that is easy to ride.
I would look for bikes like the ones I posted but then again you are the one with the money. Be sure to sign the organ donor on your license after you pass a motorcycle license test. It's just a nice thing to do. Happy motoring.
You're joking right? Are you trying to him killed?
Man, dont buy anything over 500cc. You'll regret it.
As a matter of fact, dont buy a bike just yet. With your situation, a motorcycle is not a good idea at the moment. If you get a loan on a bike, it is so easy to total it. I have a friend who dropped his bike, cause a dent on the gas tank, scratches on the steering bar, left fairing, the rear cowl, and put a small cosmetic dent on the swing arm. With all of these just cosmetic damages, the bike was still considered totaled.
Just get you a dependable car first. A motorcycle can be a very good commute vehicle, but not ideal for a "primary vehicle only". What if it storms, snows, or any kind of bad weather where its not ideal to ride, then what? What if you have to carry some boxes of stuff, what do you do? What if youre on a date and she doesnt want to put a helmet on cause it'll ruin her hair, so much for getting lucky
Besides, if youre having financial troubles already, a sportbike will only burden you more. Just think about it, If you buy a sportbike, you will have to buy safety gear (helmet, jacket, pants, gloves, & boots) which can run you around $500-1000. Plus insurance. At your age, insurances are skyhigh, especially if you buy a bike bigger than 500cc. Then you definitely need to take a MSF course if you've never ridden before. Then you'll have to save some money for repairs to the bike because it is highly likely that you will drop the bike, almost everyone does when they start out riding.
I'm not trying to scare you out of riding, its just imo its not a good time for you to buy your first bike yet.