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reggiesp00n3r

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The best bike for learners?

What dose everyone think the best learner bike is?

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AdieR

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AdieR says:

By "learner"

do you mean 125cc bike, or 1st post-DAS bike?

If you mean 125, then the Honda CG. For post-test bikes, probably a Bandit or Kwak ER6.

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davemdixon

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davemdixon says:

Yes, Honda CG125

would be my choice too.:smile

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reggiesp00n3r

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125

:smile

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johnlad1

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johnlad1 says:

honda cgs

Are prety dam good and the newer YBR,s arent to shaby either

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reggiesp00n3r

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Cheers

Cheers lads I'll start looking

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bikerbit

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bikerbit says:

hyosung gt125 comet

hyosung gt125 comet (naked one) ran one thru winter and ran like a dream not a problem at all electrics and all top notch (which surprised me considering all the negative stuff said) plus looks better than the crap looking cg's and that and a far better engine and second hand you can get a good bike for not much money

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JustBe

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JustBe says:

hmmm

Aprilia RS 125 2 stroke version.


I used to get 115mph out of my old one, has much bigger tyres than the rest, handles amazingly well, fills you with confidence and looks bigger than a 125. You'll quickly become bored of a bike that only does 65mph at a push and you wont have any power to overtake anything so you'll have to sit behind cars.

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princessvanvan

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i would say

a suzuki rv van van as i have one so i have to say that lol :winkie:  its been a great first bike  for me and its quirky with its big fat wheels my husband is quite a big bloke and he rides it sometimes and doent look silly on it as its quite a sturdy bike but thats just my opinion ybr and cg as mentioned are also nice :biggrin: good luck with what ever u choose :smile vv

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roseyeric

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roseyeric says:

i would

recommend a yamaha ybr125 custom. Furthermore, I would recommend you buy mine! Seriously, I would indeed recommend one - so easy to ride. Ready to move to something bigger myself, so JustBe makes a very valid point. But, I'd argue that whichever 125 you go for, you'll want to move to something bigger when you pass DAS - I know I do!

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zx12rbadassisnowzx6rbadass

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cbf 125

v.good commuter if thats what your into can whack a top box on it and it will run for 40 years on a fairys tear drop of fuel,somthing a bit sportier cbr 125r looks the biz and will wow bus stop totty lol there are some pretty good finance deals floating about to im sure iv seen 0% somwhere recently :wink:

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