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Old 08-03-2017, 08:41 AM   #21
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Any place to send a beginner. My brother wants to learn but I feel like my bike is too powerful for a beginner. I started off on dirt bikes at 8 years old. He tried around 15 and he just fell over at a stop sign on a 50. Lol. He is now 28.Please any advice appreciated.
Awesome Cycles would be my recommendation.
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The class bikes are smaller - 125-250cc.
The are a forum sponsor as well.
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