2007 Kawasaki Eliminator BN125

by Chloe
(North Little Rock AR, USA)

Chiquita and Chloe

Chiquita and Chloe

I love my bike because it is the perfect beginner bike. It is light, low and very forgiving. It doesn't start out too fast. The brakes don't grip too hard and I can reach my fingers around the clutch while still holding onto the hand grip. I am 5'1, 112 lbs and 50 years old and this is my first motorcycle. I needed something I could handle so that I could focus on learning to ride instead of beginning gripped with the fear of falling over or gunning the throttle too hard. And, she is a beautiful machine. I am so glad I started with this little bike. I am gaining the skills and confidence needed to ride a bigger bike later.

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May 14, 2010
Biker Chick
by: T

I to have just purchased a Kawasaki BN125 and I must say that I LOVE IT!!(Same color/style) I just started ride about 3 wks ago it was something that I always dreamed of doing so I promised myself I would do it before my 40th birthday and I'm 4 months ahead of the game. I didn't want to put a lot of money into my 1st bike I just wanted something to get comfortable on and learn and master my skills. This bike is so comfortable I'm glad I started with this one instead of a bigger one. I'm just enjoying life in Maryland

Aug 28, 2008
Cute Bike!
by: Lisa T

Hi, I too am a new rider. I am 5'2" 150lbs with short legs. I bought a bike before I took my riding lessions at Harley. I have a Yamaha 650 VStar. At first I was scared of her, I crashed into a tree and a fence, got banged up a bit (nice scar on leg) at 45 years old that doesn't go away a quick as it used to. I had a problem on a hill and lost control of the bike, I have been told she is over 600lbs. But, now I am really glad she is so heavy. The wind has been brutal and I can ride in it just fine. A lighter bike and I would be blow over.

I love your bike! and I love the fact at 50 you are trying this. Some people, (family) are giving me a little hard time but I do not care. I love riding. I have a personal blog from day one. take a look, http://www.bikerluvr.blogspot.com/

Aug 27, 2008
uh...what member list?
by: Lauren

dunno there was one?! Ill look this aft when i get in.

Aug 27, 2008
to Lauren
by: Chloe

Hey Jax gal, what is your user name? I tried to find you in the members listing to start a private conversation...My user name is - Chloe.

Aug 26, 2008
Very nice!
by: Cathy G

Nice looking bike, especially the color! It's a lot more fun to ride when you're on the right sized bike. I'm sure Chiquita gets great gas mileage, yeah? Smart move :) Now, what to name my bike. Hmmm...

Aug 26, 2008
Small World!
by: Lauren

Hey Chloe ! lets have lunch or dinner! I'm in Jax, work in LR. Give me a holla ! Im free after 4 ish usually. Name a time and place.

Aug 26, 2008
NIce Bike
by: Gina

Hey girl you go, nice bike I think I'm in envy :) I like the style of your bike. I to started out small I own a Honda Rebel 250 not as stylish but small and classy. So you named your bike I like that, gives me thought I need to give my bike a name some tips? Well I think the bike suits you and if you are enojying the bike then who cares. Less brake more trottle right, follow your heart through the open door and you will find your true spirit. Keep in touch

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