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Female Starting bikes Vs Male Starting bikes

I'm very curious to know the average size starter bike of each sex, in general of course. So If you dont mind, please post M or F and your first street legal motorcylce EVER! not first sport bike. Thanks.
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Male- '90 Kawi. ZR550


I don't really think that there is or should be a standard difference of starter bikes between sexes. It's all about having a good light-ish bike that handles well, and power to weight ratio (rider included) that won't allow you to make very simple roll on mistakes or take off mistakes. My opinion. Good starter, as a "general" rule tend to be 600cc and under that one can learn and hone skills on. Also it's a good rule of thumb not to spend too much as well, just in case.... Just the opinion of another idiot!

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nb_ mitch,was it a Bushmaster? I had a 1970 Kawasaki 90 Bushmaster for my 3rd bike. First bike with 18 inch wheels. I was so cool!
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