Go slow and small, buy used

by charles

Love Yellowstone

Love Yellowstone

The best advice I can give is if you've never ridden a motorcycle or it's been a few years then buy a bike no bigger than about 750cc's, and buy it used. Within a year, depending on how much you drive, you'll want to go bigger or faster and if you buy a new bike you may have a problem selling it and getting a fair value. There are a LOT of used motorcycles out there at a great price. AND take a certified motorcycle training class because it may save your life.

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Jul 26, 2011
Bigger bike?
by: Lisa

I'm thinking of going from a 600cc to a 1300cc. I'm not sure if I should. There is one available for a great price. What do you think?

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