You'll have to excuse the lack of patience on the part of the other members. It's completely justified though. You're about the 10,000th new rider that has come on here saying "I don't want to get bored with a 250, so I'll just start on a 600." You obviously haven't read the stickies or the other threads in the new rider section. The fact that we ride does mean that we know a little bit about bikes though, and you should listen to us.if you guys cant answer the damn question no need to respond. you can flame a kid that comes here with no driving experience and wants to fast and furious it on his crotch rocket. but just cause yall ride and all doesn't make you the shit.
That's what they're doing. You've posted on a thread where the two popular 500's have already been recommended. If you've already decided where to start, why are you bothering to ask our opinion? The reason you're asking is because you know it's the wrong decision; you're just hoping for validation to do something you really shouldn't do.I guess driving these 2 wheel'd machines are an ego boost to some. Everyones gotta start somewhere, I chose where I want to start, and like any beginner I naturally have questions... either use your experience to help me out by answering my inquiries or let me be.
Do you know why 15000 miles is considered high on a 600? Because so many of them are wrecked by new riders who decided they didn't want to "grow out of a 250 or 500." They're very capable of going well beyond that, but they seldom do.I dont mean to get off on the wrong foot here, but I wont stand here and get flamed. I am intelligent enough to put together enough information to arrive at this conclusion. For many reasons that I have seen fit, I have come to these choices. Please help, or keep your negativity to yourself im not some punk kid that will end up becoming a statistic to raise your insurance policy.