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      08-05-2012, 04:32 PM   #318
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Originally Posted by mike the snake View Post
Consider the Hypermotard 796. It is by far the easiest to ride compared to any of the bikes you've mentioned. Riding position is more upright. It will be the easiest to learn on too. The wide bars and upright riding position make the bike handle telepathically, like a bicycle. Very little countersteering pressure is needed. It is also one of THE funnest bikes to own and ride.


http://www.ralepi.com/2011-ducati-hy...-1100-evo-sp-2
Good choice unless you have to commute on the highway.

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Originally Posted by duke101
Never said I was good, I just get a lot of practice being a student at Texas A&M riding a bicycle from class to class on a daily basis lol.
haha, keep practicing
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