Everyone's got to start somewhere - So what makes a motorcycle good for a beginner rider?

Size Matters!
A lightweight bike with a lower cc motor, somewhere in the 250-600 range is great for a new rider. You want something light and maneuverable, but not so powerful you go flying out of control on your first twist of the throttle. For those that have a bit more experience, you can try some of the Harley-Davidson Sportsters for a bit more thrill!

Less is More!
Don't learn on an expensive bike with really nice paint. Chances are good you'll have a booboo or two while you're learning, so start with something inexpensive. You want to focus on learning, not worrying about damaging your, or your friend's, motorcycle.

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