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Old 03-06-2009, 05:57 PM   #11
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I'm just trying not to get too much bike. I know lots of yunguns that have no experience, but get the largest, fastest thing out, can't handle it, and end up dumping a multi thousand dollar bike.

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Old 03-06-2009, 06:29 PM   #12
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Yes, count on dumping it. It's a given. It will happen when you think you got it all down.

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Nice lookin bike. I wouldn't mind having a V-rod myself.

I can't count how many fenders and turn signals I have broken on all of my bikes. LOL The best bike I ever owned was a Suzuki TA50 moped yes i said it I had a moped I was like 7 or 8 at the time. That thing took 4 long hard years of mud boggin and jumps. Untill the day I jumped it a little to high and broke the rear axle and sent my goofy lookin azz over the handel bars. Then to top it off I got hit in the face by the rear tire as it came at me at something like 20 mph. Boy that hurt like heck.

I want a supermoto bike. I like the looks and the fact that I can go like heck on or off road.

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Old 03-06-2009, 09:41 PM   #14
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So bike guys, if you're poor, and have no experience with a bike, but want to get started, and don't have aspisations of warp speed, you're 6'1" and 240, what is the starter bike?
I started out on a yamaha v- star 650 u can get them new for around $6000 or get one used for around $4000 think there great bikes to learn on and have the apearence of a big bike think they are an in. longer then a road king and will do 85 mph even with my big ass an it
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When I click on this thread I was prepared to see a baby (human) in a pink or blue blanket...surprise, surprise.....awesome bike good luck

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