First off, Im giving you constructive crtisism(sp?) so dont get defensive.Spidey750 said:I am a new rider and not sure what Bike I want I really like the new 04 750 Gixxer but everyone is telling me to start with a 600 and I have road a 600 and not feeling it they don't have the power I want what would someone recommend me?
SicFLgirlR6 said:With the friends he has and the advice they are giving him the "trash, wreck, and wad up" theories are very likely. I wouldn't even recommend a 600 in this case, not enough experience, and he hasn't even taken the MSF course yet. Even if he had taken the MSF I wouldn't recommend a 600... This is probably one of the rare case's in life where smaller is better .
One slip on the throttle w/ a literbike is just enough to cause you to get real cozie w/ the pavement! I guess your already a pro right?! :asshole If you only been riding for 4mons., I dont see where you can give to much advise about riding and what's good or not. A SV650 is a great starter bike. It has a sporty look, and enough power to keep up w/ normal riding conditions. For someone who has little or no riding skills; starting small is the best method. Just when you think you've got the riding thing mastered....a crash will be in your future! RESPECT the bike...always...no matter how long you've had it. Just my $.02. JenWild600F2 said:I started with a Honda 600F2. I been riding for four months. I'm already borad with the bike. Just start with a b***** bike people. Little bikes are a waste of money. :boid :bananafu: :ar
Wild600F2 said:I started with a Honda 600F2. I been riding for four months. I'm already borad with the bike. Just start with a b***** bike people. Little bikes are a waste of money. :boid :bananafu: :ar
Spidey750 said:I think I am going to start small. How do you guys/girls get the pic near your name in the collumn and get the sayings after your replies? Can anyone help me make a better profile on here also?