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Congrats. Always great to see new people joining the foldkarax wrote:I'm all signed up for the MSF course, I'm so excited for this summer
But you listed the bikes I'm looking at save one: the yamaha Seca II. Do you happen to think that this would be a good beginner bike? Because I kinda really like them. I know they are an i4, but I've heard they can be a good beginner bike.
See....I considered it, but it's got almost 30hp more than the SV650, which I already consider to be a lot of bike for a beginner. It's my strong personal belief that any bike based off of a 600 supersport is a bit much for someone who's never ridden before. The 599 would make an awesome bike, but I like to err on the side of caution and with that in mind I'd recommmend staying away from it for a first ride.Kase's Underage Boyfri wrote:dont forget to add the honda 599..
Truth.Applejuice wrote:I will add that if you are going to get a 600cc sportbike for your first bike (which thousands of people do every year reguardless of what you tell them), get a CBR. They are by far the easier sportbike to handle.
Those bikes areelectric!sheep wrote:I got a Kawasaki KLR650 as my first bike, and the amount of power is just right. It has also forgiven a few low-speed falls on the dirt.
</e></QUOTE> <br/></s>One final rule: whenever passing another motorcyclist, a polite wave is required. It’s somewhat of an unwritten law, and almost like a secret handshake. Those silly fools in the cars don’t know what they’re missing. <e>
QFMFT!!!Applejuice wrote:I HATE HATE HATE when people don't wave back! (Usually R6/Gixxer squids)
harley people really piss me off...............onewheeldoin200 wrote:QFMFT!!!
I always find that when I'm on my dad's Suzuki cruiser, the Harley guys don't wave either because I'm obviously not a "real" rider