Probably great practice before you move up in cc and go on track. Shouldn't be too bad since it's a smaller bike and you're not going at high speeds. would be interesting to see someone this with a Z125 but that doesn't seem to be the 125cc culture in thailand.
Good point, getting a feel for the leans and developing your balance control and all is essential. Basically using this as a platform to get the fundamentals well seated is what this can be, which is what most starter bikes act as any ways.
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