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Old 04-08-2009, 02:42 PM
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Default Re: Good first bike for a tall rider


Great advice, but not 2 yrs late, only about 3 weeks. I picked up a Ninja 500 on St. Patty's Day and finished my MSF this weekend. I got to use a DZ200 (dual sport) for the class and had tons more fun than everyone sitting on a cruiser b/c when they were dragging heels, I could just press a bit more and crank the throttle as far as I could! Seriously considered stealing that bike after the class was over, so much fun!

I can't wait to take my Ninja on some good twisties soon though.
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