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Old 02-26-2006, 04:42 AM   #1
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No insurance or liscense required? that sounds too easy!?! I'm getting a friggin Zuma or ruckus.
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If she wants a bike with no clutch, look into a full-sized Ridley. They're nice bikes, indeed. I've been considering one for my wife.
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50cc or less, no ins or motorcycle license required, but both still a good idea.
If it's 50cc or less, but can attain a speed of 31mph or more, you still need a motorcycle license.

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It easy to take the motorcycle riding test at the DPS on a Scooter. Awesomecycles has scooters if she wants to take the MSF course on a scooter. The passing certificate is the same for both.

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If she wants a bike with no clutch, look into a full-sized Ridley. They're nice bikes, indeed. I've been considering one for my wife.
i know where there is a hondamatic for sale!!!... i was thinking about buying it for my girl cause she dosent want to ride cause of the clutch hassle, but he wants quite a bit for a bike that old
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