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:D hey my name is liz and im 16 years old and and i REALLY REALLY REALly want a sv1000s for my first bike ive saved up all the money for one and my uncle builds chopers and works on bikes in tenn. and ive been working on bikes for a while but im wondering if thats a good first bike i dont really have a lot of riding exp. just like working on bikes but i know thats totally different but i just want some advice on a good first bike thats like around 10,000 oh and sorry this sounds really stupid cuz i dont really know what im talking about but its my PASSION they are just sooooooooooooooo HOTT so please share your opinions thanks alot liz
 

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Hiya Liz,

I am glad you like the SV1000s it an awesome looking bike and wouldn't mind getting one myself. As a noobie myself I advise taking a rider course to get you familiarized and so forth. For a first bike the majority would advise to get no more than 600cc from what I heard, read, and recommendations from experience riders. If thats your passion by all means please, but buy one used 500cc-600cc to practice and also buy the SV1000s if you can afford too.

Merc... 8)
 

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I'd be glad to help, but I won't read another giant, green, incredibly long sentence to do it. :roll:

Advice tidbit #1: If you're picking a bike because it's "HOTT", you probably shouldn't be riding at all.
 

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Hey Liz, I would suggest taking a riding course, get yourself some good gear so ya don't get all skinned up and get a cheap used smaller bike to start with, get some time in the saddle before buying a bigger bike, be a safe rider so you will be with us for a long time. that sv is a hot bike LOL.
 

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UMMM . . . I have a hard time thinking that this is a serious post. If it is, take five minutes and read some of the other newbie posts about new bikes. You'll get the idea.

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thanks guys

thanks for all your advice guys. but i have another question im def not getting the bike for another year so i have plenty of time to think about whats best but do you think if i practiced for like a year on smaller bikes then do you think i would be ready for the sv1000s because i know i can practice for like a month comming up in may becuase i doing an internship at my uncles chopper store but he also has smaller bikes i can practice with but anyways do you think that ill be ready if i practice really hard for like a year? then do you think that would be a good bike to get? or would it still be too hard to ride? thanks for your time- liz
 
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