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What motorcycle is best for female beginner?

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I'd say that 600cc is about the biggest you'd want to get into for a beginning bike. Harley or Honda, Yamaha, or Suzuki, it all comes down to whatever you feel most comfortable with. And remember to always wear your skid lid!

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mr_answer -
April 20, 2010
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But you didn't explain why I wouldn't want to go bigger than a 600cc...?

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Julie -
April 20, 2010
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For two reasons 1) You're a beginner, and bigger, more powerful bikes can be more difficult to control. 600cc is about the smallest you can get in a late model street bike. It's kind of the same reason why I wouldn't give a V-8 powered muscle car to a person who just got their license. 2) The bigger the engine, the bigger the bike overall. Depending on how tall you are, a bike that is 900cc or bigger might be too big for you to throw your leg over, let alone be able to balance at a long stop light.

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mr_answer -
April 20, 2010
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from one woman to another honda rebel girls ride

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Debbie T.expert MML -
April 20, 2010
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Julie, I'm a guy who has ridden off and on for the past 30 years. My first bike (training) was a Honda 90 Super Hawk. It was light and easy to ride. I got my license on my first try, I rode it about a year and moved up to a 360 on/off road bike that I gave to my brother. I replaced it with a 500, then moved up to a 750, then a 900. From the 500 - 900 the weight difference was not that much about 300 to 500 pounds difference. When I am asked the question you asked, I suggest getting a bike that if it accidently laid on its side you lift it back to its wheels by yourself without outside assistances. I remember a kickstand collapsing on a 1500 I was looking at purchasing and it took three people to lift it back up. Hope this helps.

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Johnabus -
April 20, 2010
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I've been riding for about 25 years now and have found that most of the women that started riding feel more comfortable on a motorcycle around 650cc-1000cc. Not to be UN-American but the Honda Shadow has always been a good bike for a beginner and well balanced. If your dead set on a Harley I would look into a Harley Sportster to start. Once you get comfortable with the smaller bike you can upgrade to where you feel comfortable in size and power. I would definitely look on Craig's list or e-Bay because there are some great deals to be had out there right now!!

Depending on your state also check for classes at your local community colleges that have classes to teach you riding skills and help you attain your license.

Have fun and ride free, Mike

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MikeLangton -
Sears Technician
April 20, 2010
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I believe a kawasaki ex500 would be ok,just dont pay alot for one there not worth much when ya wanna get something faster when your done learning how to ride,There light and as far as a 600cc,I myself no theres pretty fast also so an ex500 doesnt have the quick take off incase you stick the throttle as if you did that on a 600 your gonna flip quick,but just my opinion after riding since I was 8 and teaching my daughter,and sons how to ride at the same age.

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rwbreeden -
August 10, 2010
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