Join Date: May 2011
Location: Covington Indiana 47932
I learned on a Kawasaki ZX 10r...I guess it was a trial by fire? I was told I COULD learn to ride on it not that it was recommended for a noob, I took it and gave it the respect it deserved and took it slow getting the feel of it. I dunno guess I did it all backwards, but these day's I wouldn't have anything below a 1000cc. But I do see the point, if shes not comfortable with it I wouldn't bother and get a diff bike if thats what she wants. Things can get out of hand in a hurry if some one can't handle it.
I for one love extremes weather it be speed or HP I HOPE I have both lol. My old bike before I had to sell it was a Kawasaki ZX 10r, I had a lot of mods done to it, a lot of Yoshimura engine and exhaust mods by the time I was done with it it nearly pushed as much as any Busa out there with a top speed of 220mph.
To my friends I'm a certifiable nutcase, Speed Queen and voted most likely to die on my bike. On the other side of the spectrum I love my bikes and want to keep them looking show floor new, so I am careful of how I ride...I just have my moments where I want to see the line blur ya know?
I think the best thing to do is take your time and get to know your machine, my saying is this...You have TWO bags...One filled with luck, the other empty for use to gather experience...work on filling the one bag and make sure you don't run out of the other ROFL!
女性は東京から *Official hater of HD's and 4 Wheel trans!*
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