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I own the exact same bike and love it! You made a wise choice.


Heather
Kingston, ON, Canada
Sunday, March 17, 2019
I own a sportbike and I absolutely love it! I started out on a Suzuki TU250X last year, which was a great starter bike but just didn't have much power. This spring I bought a Yamaha R3, and it's perfect for me. It's light, has more of an upright seating position compared to other sportbikes, is relatively easy to maneuver, and has plenty of power to keep up with my significant other's Suzuki V-Strom 1000. Like they say in the MSF course, ride your own ride. Choose a bike that feels right to you. Don't waste time trying to ride a bike that's too big, too heavy, or just isn't comfortable for you!


Diedre
Cleveland, OH
Thursday, September 1, 2016
What a great story. I love hearing about people who are still riding, or as in this case, start riding later in life. It's all about the freedom and the lifestyle of biking, not the speed.

Julie
Epernay, France
Thursday, March 10, 2016
I loved reading this article and everyone's comments. I took the class in June 2014. I passed and loved it. My mistake was buying the wrong bike that I still have and am still afraid to ride — a 1999 Harley-Davidson Sportster 1200. I was talked into buying it and wish I hadn't. It's a beautiful bike but is too heavy for me. I've tried to sell the bike but no luck. I need to buy a much smaller bike that I feel comfortable on. But I'll have to sell this Sportster first. Looks like I'll have to take a huge loss just to sell it if I want to ride. And I do want to ride. You ladies are awesome for making the first right decision on your first purchase. Wish me luck and keep riding ladies. Have a blessed day.

Judy
North Carolina
Monday, February 29, 2016
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