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Hi everyone!

I'm planning to get my motorcycle license next spring and I'm looking for a beginner bike. I think 125cc z125 is a good starting point for me. Not too much power, just something to practice on until I'm ready for more.
 

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Hi everyone!

I'm planning to get my motorcycle license next spring and I'm looking for a beginner bike. I think 125cc z125 is a good starting point for me. Not too much power, just something to practice on until I'm ready for more.
hey welcome, I'm new here as well (obviously)

A friend of mine actually used the Grom as his learner bike, so yea these guys are the perfect size, especially if you're shorter and lighter!! (he's 5'10, 180 or something and looks HILARIOUS)
 

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I thought these bikes were kinda a thing to themselves. Not really the best for learning since regular bikes are so much bigger. That was my understanding.
 

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I thought these bikes were kinda a thing to themselves. Not really the best for learning since regular bikes are so much bigger. That was my understanding.
It helps to get a feel for the throttle and power.
If you're new even a small CC bike like this can help you out big time.

It's not for everyone but some people might see the need to start at this point, others go much larger.
 

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I just want to get better with my clutch control so I don't stall and if I do stall I can easily hold up a smaller bike than drop a bigger one.
 

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I thought these bikes were kinda a thing to themselves. Not really the best for learning since regular bikes are so much bigger. That was my understanding.
if you can balance a bicycle you can balance a motorcycle. The clutch and throttle work the same, its about learning to marry all the controls together... IMO
 
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