Cock Thumb, or Thumb Cock? You decide.
why not? this is 1 reason why..
holy shit are u kidding me. if ur feet can barely hit the ground i dont think u should be on that bike. whe i first got my 99' 600 i was considering lowering my bike cause it didnt feel like i had complete control and comfort when backing up and maneuvering around with my feet-and im 5'10". but now its simple and i think the fit is perfect. it just takes time to get use to it but i got u on like 9 inches. o well.gsxr600grl said:
I am also a new rider... with a gsxr600...2003, im in the same boat as gixxerboy... we are actually good friends, and got the bikes at the same time... i am 5'1 and not skinny... but i can barely reach the ground on the bike.. i wish there was some way that i could go back in time and sign the papers for a 500 or soemthing, but i cant do that now... what (other than the classes, and being VERY cautious and careful) would you guys reccomend me doing?
I think this can apply to everything. How meany of these 2fast 2 stupid rice boys do you see pushing civics to high speed and then smashing them? look it's just an econo car, and still it can reach130kph and can cause alot of damage. Even if you buy say a pos 1978 i duno with 8hp 2 stroke you can still kil yourself. Heck i've seen guys in scooters downtown toronto race between cars. the thing has what 4hp or something? it's only1 cyl 2 stroke and they are running up to 80kph in these little things.GixxerTech said:
Great write up. I am a firm believer in the ride what you want theory. However that stated, if you can't keep your attitude/ego in check you will be in trouble no matter what you begin on.