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    Default Bike for a Beginner?

    I want to start climbing the heavy bike ladder. I cannot simply get to a litre bike so I plan on getting something around 250 - 400cc at first, then 500 or 600cc then eventually 1000cc.

    So... whats a good bike that I can buy to kind of start practicing for a heavy bike? I will prefer something used as I will sell it when I get comfortable on it, so that I can move on to a bigger bike then.

    Used, reliable and good beginner bike suggestions please!!


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    looking for street legal for daily driver, or you looking for sports vehicle for performance oriented built. ?
    You must choose a type first.
    Its like mot SUV are 3000cc - 6400cc. But some are fun to drive in offroad muddy tracks, some are built good for stony area or climbing. And few are really good for highway driving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buozier View Post
    looking for street legal for daily driver, or you looking for sports vehicle for performance oriented built. ?
    You must choose a type first.
    Its like mot SUV are 3000cc - 6400cc. But some are fun to drive in offroad muddy tracks, some are built good for stony area or climbing. And few are really good for highway driving.
    I'm sorry I was not clear enough.
    I want a bike for weekend rides with friends. The thing is that I have a group of friends with those fancy big bikes. I am a beginner and I need something smaller to gain confidence on so that eventually I can get to a beast like R1 etc.
    My friends say that its okay to begin with a big bike but I need confidence for that first because I have not been a bike person.
    I find 125 and 70 easy, but when the bike comes with weight, it kind of scares me. So I want to take steps towards an R1.

    for example I can get a CBR 250 to get used to "heavy bikes" and when i'm comfortable with it. an R6 or a CBR 600RR as the next step.

    Don't want to take my noob *** on a big bike that I may not be able to control just yet.

    In short, a sports bike for beginners.

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    Start from a Kawasaki Ninja 300. It's a good beginner bike. If you have experience riding 125s you will have no problem on Honda CBR500, as it is also a good newbie bike. Suzuki also makes a good bike in 250cc category Inazuma GW250.

    I suggest you go online on olx and find second hand heavybikes there. You should have a budget of around 4 to 5lack. New bike will ofcourse cost you around 10lack.

    Good luck!

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