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Great Beginner Motorcycles to Get You Into Riding
Updated: July 19, 2019
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Great Beginner Motorcycles to Get You Into The Sport
Taking the leap into the world of motorcycling? Well, let me (perhaps) be one of the first to welcome you. As a beginner rider myself, I know riding on the street can be a pretty intimidating leap in transportation, especially if you didn’t grow up in the sport. If you’ve never ridden at all, getting your rides on small, lightweight dirt bikes at a riding school is a great first step, these 2019–2020 beginner motorcycles are sure to make the transition to the road more approachable.
This simple transportation icon builds on the ease of riding introduced with the original 1958 Honda Cub, but brings it into modern times with EFI on its 125cc four-stroke engine. It is also equipped with ABS on its single 220mm hydraulic disc front brake. An automatic clutch and easy-shifting manual transmission make it simple and fun to ride, while its compact size and near-step-through design make it one of the most darling commuters on two wheels. Even more attractive? It’s $3,599 base price.
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