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      12-02-2009, 06:48 PM   #5
krnnerdboy
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I don't understand the whole theory of starting off w/ a small bike...Size has nothing to do with starter bikes. If you can't control your right hand you shouldn't be on a bike. Unless you are talking about tracking. B/c that would put you in different classes.

I took everyones advice and got a cbr600f3 and grew quickly tired of it. Within 4 month of riding I was on a gsxr 1000 and wondered why I didn;t start on this bike?? The same holds true for dirt biking as well! Just get what you can afford and put some sliders on it. But watch that right hand.

And if you want to take it another notch get the Duc 1198, it made my 07 r1 feel like a 600.
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