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Old 12-09-2010, 09:06 AM   #21
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I don't think there is such a thing as too big for the bike, however I do know on my ZX10 the owner's manuals states the rated cpacity for the bike, including both rider, passenger and gear should not exceed 397 pounds.

I am sure if the suspension was set up correctly for his weight and he was an experienced rider I do not see where his weight and or size would be an issue.

With that being said, if the suspension was not set correctly and he made a body adjustment while braking it could have had an adverse effect on overall handling and could have possible casued him to go down.
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Old 12-09-2010, 09:12 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by OMEGA View Post
been a while since i had a 150 lb chick, come to think about it, i think all my chicks been no more than 115 max
150 is not much if she's over 5'6". Maybe the girls are lying to you, because by your statement, you wouldn't even take me on back.
<------ in that photo I'm about 120lbs (maybe more with all the leather). And I'm only 5' tall.

BUT - I have a friend who weighs in about 320+ and he was fine on his bike. He's 6'5", too - He looped the thing. All because of lack of experience and throttle control and nothing to do with his size.

I hope he's not too scared to ride again.
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Old 12-09-2010, 04:00 PM   #23
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Oh yea.. it's too samll of a bike for him.. He needs a boss hoss.
I mean anything smaller than a V-8... I'm just sayin.. What would a big guy like that think of ridding anything less....
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