wants his woodlands tickled with wood
Join Date: May 2009
Location: Patrick AFB, FL
Motorcycle: K8 GSX-R 750
Re: Rider training for women?
I'm not a women so from my POV, if your a girly girl then yes. learn to man up, if your bike breaks down on the side of the road don't sit there and cry about it. watch your significant other work on his bike, or meet some other chicks that ride and try to learn with them. if you have a small accident that you can ride away from, these bikes are not heavy, a small person could lift them with minimal effort, so again, maybe cry about it for a minute as i would, then figure out a way to pick her up and ride off. In terms of riding advantage men have over women....?.... Your just as capable of riding as we are.. As stated above about ride height, you want to feel 100% stable/comfy on your bike. i have to almost tip toe a R6 and i'm 6''0, GSXRs have the lowest ride height ( I believe) so that would make it the best option for a girl probably, without having to lower it or anything.
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