Sportbikes, Cruisers, First Bike – Motorcycles

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25 Responses

  1. AToysterDay says:

    wtf. i got a commercial in the middle of the vid

  2. Notphatskill says:

    my parents bought me a 1250cc motorcycle Ducati and im taking it easy

  3. RallyKey says:

    25 year old bike too old?

  4. urface2234 says:

    no offense but my first bike/ only bike thus far is a 2000 zx6r and its not a big bike but its not small. and people told me the same thing , which is that i should get a 250 to start and work my way up. the problem with that is i knew once i bought a bike i wouldnt be able to afford and still cant afford, to upgrade to a newer faster bike, and i dont want to… i took it easy when learning and ended up having fun with it. i just didnt want to be stuck with a shitter for 3 years.

  5. Rkooner says:

    first bike ninja 250 – dropped it twice yes – $60 to repair, having fun yes

  6. ecookman says:

    first bike – TTR-225 Shitty bike yes- Crashed lots yes – Still runs yes – having fun – yes

  7. hockeyhotdog11 says:

    You’re thinking about an Enduro bike!

  8. chris675D says:

    @BLACKm3e30

    i was bout to ask that too

  9. BLACKm3e30 says:

    M13 what was your 2nd bike?

  10. NSAS says:

    @Burningdemon23 moredeth13 has ridden that bike a few times and talks about it. search his stuff;)

  11. Burningdemon23 says:

    Would you recommend a 2008-2011 kawasaki ninja 250r for a brand new rider?

  12. dayo1971 says:

    100% right,m8.
    i got my sv650.k3for the road. droped it a few times. iv got a zx6r G1/G2, for the track
    dayo1971

  13. hardbiker88 says:

    i took a corner a little too fast and with to much lean some years ago… so i ended in a tree with broken leg in 100kph:/ i lead over the rubber on the tire so i lose grip.. this was with R-type tire… so then i buy ZR tire which is more rounder so you can lean more 🙂 good to check your tires also before you take some risky high speed corners 😉

  14. Jym01 says:

    I hadn’t fallen off for about 8 months, so I thought it was time to get something more reliable than my 1988 CBR250R. It just so happened that they had just released the new CBR250RA, so I went and got it. (I decided to stick to a 250 because they’re cheap to buy, and cheap to run, and I was on a serious budget) The day I got it, it started raining, and with new tyres on wet roads, I dropped the damn thing…decided to leave it scratched up, makes it feel like its mine. Unique

  15. xxMacDaddy84xx says:

    I hear ya on learning to corner. You once mentioned Twist of the Wrist II in one of your videos, so I checked out the book and the DVD. After finishing them, I just went out on twisty back-roads and tried taking corners faster than I was comfortable with. It was a little scary at first, but once I did it, it was the best feeling in the world.

  16. xxMacDaddy84xx says:

    I hear ya on learning to corner. You once mentioned Twist of the Wrist II in one of your videos, so I checked out the book and the DVD. After finishing them, I just went out on twisty back-roads and tried taking corners faster than I was comfortable with. It was a little scary at first, but once I tried it, it was the best feeling in the world.

  17. damianosRC says:

    @13mordeth doesn’t the track have a phone number so you can call and ask if its open or so?

  18. heropegdestroyer says:

    I think the beemer you were talking about is the GS Model. They look a bit like a bird 😛

  19. IanHimself28 says:

    @SKStylez No, it held the road better. I always felt like I was fighting the R6. Im not sure if it was the wider rear tire or the suspension/frame design on the R1 that made it feel lighter, aswell as drive a line that made it feel like it was on a rail, but I’m not mistaken. Almost every year models change atleast alittle. Your experience might be different, but overall I think anyone can learn how to ride the bike they want if they can show some restraint.

  20. TheReapersSon says:

    @newchips

    Mordeth misleads us with his titles, but what I’d really like to see is him misleading us with his titties

  21. BNayrb says:

    Can you film a video of you at the race track?

  22. shockwavealin says:

    True!

    Good lesson M13! (+)

  23. SKStylez says:

    @IanHimself28 held the road way better? Sure after you had experience on a lower bike. r6 already is one hell of a bike to start with, starting on a thousand you would need to be brainless

  24. nuorangejapan says:

    as a first bike, i’d recommend a honda cb400, it’s got enough power to keep you entertained and the likelihood of you pulling a power wheelie by accident is next to nil. if you live in asia, these are nearly ubiquitous, in canada/usa, not so common.

  25. luisronaldofigo says:

    to get better at cornering start cornering at really slow speeds
    it is well known that how you maneuver your bike at low speeds its the same in high speed
    doing figure 8 its a fantastic excercise

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