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Top 12 First Motorcycles to Start A Biking Career (Buying Guide for New Riders)

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Starting a motorcycling career is an exciting period in ones life, but it is always highlighted by the toughest decision that has to be made: what bike should become your first ride?

Well, the ideal package should include smaller displacement and forgiving throttle, low seat height, light weight and of course affordable price. In this lineup we will show you those options that a beginner rider has and will highlight those features that make them a perfect choice to start out your motorbike journey.

Other informative episodes previously released on #AutomotiveTerritory:

New motorbikes highly anticipated by the riders' community: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LYZkNOvO5OQ

Best maxi scooters that are currently available on the market: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pw05B4lOqHM

All of the vehicles mentioned in this #ATmotorcycles episode:

Honda CB300F: powersports.honda.com/standard/2018/cb300f.aspx and Honda CBR300R: powersports.honda.com/2019/cbr300r.aspx

Honda CB300F and Honda CBR300R, bring the best of motorcycling that could be mastered by a novice rider, who will be instantly connected to these machines.

Honda Rebel 300 & 500: powersports.honda.com/rebel.aspx

Honda Rebel comes in two modifications, an MSX300 version and an MSX500 with the major difference being the powertrain. It is worth noting, that experts recommend aiming for the more powerful 500 version right away.

Honda Grom MSX125: powersports.honda.com/2019/grom.aspx

If you do not take yourself too seriously, the Honda Grom MSX125 will definitely be a bike to have fun on while learning how to ride.

2019 YAMAHA V STAR 250: yamahamotorsports.com/sport-heritage/models/v-star-250

2019 Yamaha V Star 250 is the brand’s smallest cruiser model that is offered with a class exclusive 249cc liquid-cooled V-twin engine. With its strong brakes, smooth suspension, and 27-in high seat, the bike is good choice for beginner riders who have minimal riding experience.

Yamaha YZF-R3: yamahamotorsports.com/supersport/models/2019/yzf-r3

The all-new 2019 Yamaha YZF-R3 is the smallest bike of the brand’s R-Series that offers a great balance between track performance and riding comfort, being a perfect entry-level sportsbike option.

KTM 390 Duke: ktm.com/en/naked/390-duke

Undoubtedly, KTM 390 Duke is one of the best looking motorcycles, which are both nimble enough for beginners, and would definitely be appreciated on the streets by experienced hooligan riders.

BMW G 310 R: bmwmotorcycles.com/en/models/roadster/g310r.html

BMW G 310 R is great choice for novice riders who will have a blast getting acquainted with the world of motorcycling with it. With a 34 horsepower peak output and 90 mph top speed, it suitable for city riding and occasional longer trips.

Kawasaki Versys-X 300 / ABS: kawasaki.com/Products/2019-Versys-X-300-ABS?cm_re=CATEGORYLANDING-_-PRODUCTTHUMBNAIL-_-PRODUCTDETAILS

If you are planning to start out your riding career both on the road and trails, Kawasaki Versys-X 300 shall be a good option for the first ride. It is ready for some serious off-road adventures but at the same time remains road-legal.

Benelli Tornado Naked T 300: usa.benelli.com/product/tnt-300

Due to the revitalization of Benelli after its acquisition by the Chinese corporation Zhejiang Qianjiang, the Italian company managed to bring to the market high-quality naked models suitable for beginners the likes of TNT300.

Husqvarna Svartpilen 401: husqvarna-motorcycles.com/svartpilen/svartpilen-401/

While on the outside this motorcycle has a completely unique look, it is actually underpinned by the KTM 390 Duke platform, which could be explained by the fact that Husqvarna is a subsidiary of this Austrian bike manufacturer.

Kawasaki Ninja 300 / ABS: kawasaki.com/motorcycle/ninja/sport/ninja-300?cm_re=GLOBALNAV-_-PRODUCTGROUPLIST-_-MPP

Kawasaki Ninja 300 is a great first sportbike option that is fun to ride, has comfy ergonomics, and looks exactly like its bigger siblings, Ninja 600 and 1000.
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