My first ride is an 88 cu in (around 1440 cc) HD Road King . At around 750 lbs, not real beginner friendly. Throttle on it is not a problem though, real user friendly. The biggest problem with a big bike is the big weight. It really increases the learning curve as far as handling goes, especially slow speed handling. Thats not to say you CAN'T start out at this level, I just don't personally recommend it. As stated previously, throttle control on this bike is real user friendly, but in the first couple of days of riding I made the mistake of twisting the throttle a bit too vigorously and thought I was going off the back of the bike. So, what do you think would have been the results of this on a hair trigger throttle, 1000 cc sport bike? I recommend smaller engine and lighter weight to start with. The more it feels like a bicycle the more comfortable you'll be. There's enough to worry about your first time(s) on the road without having to worry about a touchy throttle and a bike that's too heavy to stop from tipping or too hard to pick up if you drop it.
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