Exactly. My SV650S was too tall for me if I kept it stock, but they were able to lower it about 1 1/2 inches...enough for me to now be able to touch flat footed.Louis said:Also keep in mind that most bikes can be lowered a few different ways.
:shock: There's got to be more to you then that!!Susan said:I am 4" 10' and........
Not quite sure how to take that Nexus...should I say what does size have to do with anything, you silly goose? :roll: :roll: :roll:Nexus242 said::shock: There's got to be more to you then that!!Susan said:I am 4" 10' and........
GixxerNewbieNoMo said:Can you say......PocketBike :shock: !
The Aprillia RS50 has great stand over clearance!Can you say......PocketBike !
The "bling bling" drag racing types use longer dog bones to drastically lower Hayabusa rears - many then strap the front end to even it out. It's a bit extreme but a stock Hayabusa is fairly low to begin with, compared to say, the 1200 Bandit.blaine said:If she looking for a cruiser, both the Kawasaki 800 and 1500's can be lowered 3". Both have a narrow nose on the seat and are eary to pick off the stand with their low center of gravity.
My wife is 5' and I lowered her 800 so she can sit flat footed and have her legs a little bent. Then she wanted to move up to the 1500 and i was able to do that as well. She is very comfortable riding the 1500.
Have her sit on the 800 Vulcan, the Intruder 1400 and even the Vulcan 1500, they will fit her and let her pick it off the stand with ease.
There might be others, but all the sport bikes were just too tall for her.
I did meet a guy here that was 5' and lowered his Busa low enough to stand flat footed on it. Not sure what he had to do to lower it that much though. It does sit a lower then a lot of other sport bikes.