It is my Opinion that Anyone starting out on a Motorcycle should Buy a used OnRoad / Offroad Bike 175 to 250 cc Then Both Terrain and Road can Be experienced. Fun Fun Fun. The Bikes are generally light and easy to handle. The Offroad Terrain prepares the Rider somewhat for unexpected circumstances on the Road. The first answer is good, but may not work for everyone. I agree that an individual should begin with a used bike. Depending on the size of the person riding different bikes provide good experience. If you know you will be only using the bikes off road, then I would recommend a Honda XR200 for a smaller person. If you are tall, the Kawasaki KDX 200 is an excellent bike. Dual Sport (Both licensed for street and dirt) have become more popular and may be difficult to find something in a size that works well for you. Also, a Dual Sport bike will most likely be heavier than a pure dirt bike. Weight is important when riding in the dirt. The lighter the bike, the better. 120 isn't a whole lot. If it's a Motocross bike get 80 two stroke. Enduro or dual sport- 125 four stroke. Don't assume that bigger and more powerful is better. If you get a bike that has to much power you will simply be UNABLE to ride it.
depends on how tall you are, im guessing that your probabally around 5' 8"-10"? someone like that who is a begginer should try out a Honda XR100
an exercise bike would be the best start
Get a cr80r
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A 1,025 pound horse should be able to carry a 268 pound person with little problem.
um depending on how tall you are and how fast you want to go oh and how much you want to pay. a 144cc is $5,798 and a 250cc is $6,298 the ktms which where what i was talking about are great bikes you can either rocket down the track and pull some swet stunts or you can cruse along.
Pound for Pound Shetlands are the strongest equines on earth. That being said however, no horse or pony should carry more than 20% of it's own bodyweight on it's back, this includes the rider and tack.
it is called just a rider in general nothing special about being a girl or boy rider hope my tip helped!!! Actually, if your talking about western stuff they're called cowgirls. The female rider is an equestrienne ( male term: equestrian, all are called equestrians. In the Netherlands a female rider is called an "amazone".
actually a Tennessee Walking Horse is the very best for a beginning rider, calm, surefooted and even gait.
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It means the horse is suited to an intermediate rider. A beginning rider probably would not have enough experince to handle the horse and the horse may be too sedate or lack the refinement for an expert rider.
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Depends on how tall you are. I would probably say a 250 cc for your weight, but it is a lot of power. Do you have any experience riding?
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