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Old 04 Dec 2011, 01:47 am
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Default Is a Honda CRF230 too much?

I'm 17, I weigh about 130 and my height about 5'9. Is that too much or should I get a smaller dirtbike like a 125 or something. Also when you buy a dirtbike does it come with a helmet.
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Old 04 Dec 2011, 02:02 am
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Get a 4 stroke 2 strokes are kinda dangerous to ride as a beginner and no unless the shop has a deal like by a new get a free helmet thing going on
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Old 04 Dec 2011, 02:18 am
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I guess, this car may have high insurance costs. check your insurance quote online before buing such a car -
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