What is it with not only being unhelpful, but being a smart ass to boot?
The guy is asking a serious question, so if you don't have any good advice then just shut up. We all had to start somewhere. Keep the negative shit to yourselves.
To answer the original poster: No, the R1 is not a good first bike for you. Nor will be the Busa. Those are bikes to look at down the road when you have a season or two and thousands of miles of experience. It's not that people don't want you to have a cool bike, it's that they want you to live long enough to be able to enjoy one.
Even at your size, just about any bike out there will move you faster than you can imagine. My guess is that your legs will be the hardest for finding the right fit. Your upper body will be a bit tucked up, but I think that will be unavoidable really no matter the bike. Some bikes to consider are:
-Kawasaki Ninja 500
-Older 600's (4-5+ years perhaps)
Try sitting on some of those and see how they feel. I know the CBR's always fit me best (I'm 6'2" w/ 34" inseam), but give them all a shot as everyone is different.
Good luck, and don't let a couple of shoddy posts discourage you.
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