No matter what you get, you will lay it down/drop it. It would be much less expensive to find a used bike in the same cc range and get it. Nothing hurts more than riding you brand new shiny freshly wax bike and then getting road rash on it. It will happen, always dress for the accident. I know but I am just going to the corner market I don't need my jacket. When a dog darts in front of you and under your wheel. You slide down the road only at 25 mph but with a t-shirt on. Ouch that's gonna leave a mark.
So if you want to start on a brand new shiny bike, that is fine but the repair bills are pricey.
Always wear your gear, it will save your life. I had a get off at a mere 45 mph and it put a 6 1/2 inch gaping crack in my helmet. I was knocked unconscious and in a coma for 2 days. I am still here and able to tell you about it because my gear did it's job. Ran over an opossum laid over in a curve, low-sided and went sliding. Not a mark one on me, leather gloves, boots and jacket had some small scratches but were still good.
Why am I ranting about this? Well, to tell you the truth, I want to help motorcyclist stop getting hurt and killed when most of the time a little safety gear would have prevented most if not all the injuries.
Sorry for the rant.
Protect yourself, no one else will.
Ride it like you stole it, and keep the rubber side down.
Stock Exhaust Mod
Front Flush Mounts
Integrated Tail Light
Xenon Blue Headlights
Titax Gold Shorts Levers
BTW: Her Name is Nicole
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