What was posted here before was completely incorrect Beathalor is saying that you need to learn on a 250cc bike. I being an average sized guy started riding sport bikes on a 600cc R6 which is a good starter bike for a average sized person. Most women I have seen riding prefer the seat height and feel of either a 600cc GSXR or the 636 Ninja which has an even lower seat height. I advise against a inexperienced rider going out and buying a 1000cc liter bike that is just stupid, about as stupid as a 250 pound man buying a 250cc Ninja as some on here seem to think. Remember a bike is only as fast or powerful as you make it they don't go unless you twist the throttle. As long as your comfortable, can touch the ground flat footed and are physically able to hold up the bike you will be happy having a 600cc bike to grow into.
I think that the best pocket bike for a beginner might be the baja doodlebug. It goes a good speed for a beginner and it can also help teach them about engines and upkeep of a bike. Baja is a very good brand too.
a good cheap beginner bike is Orion 125cc
a 120cc dirt bike is suitable for a 17 year old
having been a beginner my self a couplke of years ago I would recommend you get your cycling legs with hybrid bike and once comfortble then get a racing bike a hybrid has a more up right stance and will hurt your bum less but is a good investment if you go for a Specialized FX series or Trek after you can do some distances regularly you will knoe what you want out of a bike
Any exercise bike that offers variable resistance should be suitable for a beginner. It is also worth noting that advanced features such as heart rate monitors are not needed.
your best bet would be a 250CC or 500CC sport bike
for a 12yr that's a beginner try to go with something not to heavy focus around between 26lbs and 28lbs. I think the kink launch would be a good bike for a 12yr old or the fit am would be even better. The eastern shovelhead would be good to!
An older Honda XL100, XR100.
Kawasaki Kx500, any year will do, but the best bike for a beginner is a Yamaha yz490
a good beginners road bike would be a Giant. This is because they sell at low prices and are very durable. They are also good beginner road bikes because when you have decided that you want to start taking the road biking competitively, you can easily upgrade the road bike to make it fit your needs.
rockey mountain flow 1.0 is the way to go
I asked my buddy the same question. He said that a Yamaha CRF125 is a good beginner trail bike for someone that's about 5'8.
Sapient bikes are a wonderful beginner bike for young BMXers.....much better than mongoose but not as good as Sunday
how would I know stupid
i would go for an eastern :)
any cheap, all mountain skis would suit a beginner nicely.
65mph on a good day.
Depends how big you are. Yamaha makes really good bikes. maybe like a ttr125 or ttr225 or yz85 or something.
A mongoose brawler 2009 would be a good choice for a beginner, yes.
you train, train, train. and practice practice practice. If you are world class or a beginner you can improve in sport.
no not for a first bike
For casual riding like that anything goes. Department store bikes would be OK, but if something would break don't expect much help from the store, even if the bike is still under warranty. Better then to try to find a deal from your local bike shop, maybe a used trade-in or something.
the 1978 ,althou a rare bike,was,and still is a very good beginner bike,that would hold up to abuse,and was very easy to fix. I have owned one now for 4 years and for an 80 its got some power and their relatively cheap i paid $400 for mine.
A good beginner guitar is the Ibanez GSA60. Its affordable, has great sound and it seems pretty durable. I am also a beginner and just got this guitar and i love it!
If you haven't ridden a bike before at all I'd suggest that you don't start with a fixie. If you already know how to ride, and want to take up fixie riding, then go for a bike with front + rear brakes and good pedal-to-ground clearance(=short cranks).