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advice for first time scram owners


l0r3tTa

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hey peeps...

 

i wana find out more about riding a scram..

i'm a female standing at only 1.64m tall..

i've tried scrams..i cud hardly touch the ground..

any advices??

 

i'm currently riding sp..lookin for suitable buyer for it and seller for a scram...

smiles..

 

cheers to all..

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i don't see any problems. anyway topic's been discussed to death. do a search.

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alot of lady riders r actually 'shorter' than u. gt a fren whos 1.55m n rides a ktm200 imagine that. any bike is fine but must knw hw to control. peace

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It has been discussed many times, have a few shorter friends who slide off the seat, use curbs, car fenders and crash barriers while in gear of course when stopping.

 

It will be a change from the sp but the ride will be different, jumping curbs going off road, acceleration,....

 

Checkout the other threads,

 

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Originally posted by l0r3tTa@February 20, 2007 10:40 pm

hey peeps...

 

i wana find out more about riding a scram..

i'm a female standing at only 1.64m tall..

i've tried scrams..i cud hardly touch the ground..

any advices??

 

Get Kawasaki Ksr110!!! If have 2A get Ymaha Tricker!!!

 

Not only your feet can touch the ground, you still can bend your knees!!!

 

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Originally posted by fishlipps@February 21, 2007 01:35 pm

Suzuki VanVan125. Low seat height & CG. Super fat tyres for stability & cornering . Almost perfect dual-purpose bike for gerls

 

But if you want real jungle trail or hard offroad riding better get that KSR110

 

:goodluck:

Low seat height and CG, but the super fat tyres just add too much weight to its 124cc engine, too underpower, its not a perfect bike.

 

A better dual purpose bike will be DR200

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Originally posted by Tricker@February 21, 2007 05:33 am

Get Kawasaki Ksr110!!! If have 2A get Ymaha Tricker!!!

 

Not only your feet can touch the ground, you still can bend your knees!!!

 

http://i25.photobucket.com/albums/c98/red_rider_1979/handguard.jpghttp://i76.photobucket.com/albums/j2/The_Dirtshop/CIMG3405.jpg

http://www.yamaha-motor.co.jp/news/2004/02/16/images/tricker.jpghttp://www.news-pub.com/autogene_img/magazine_l/img2004082410472340629500.jpg

Err... is the dog big or bike small? Never seen this scram b4 leh... so stylo

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Originally posted by Wood@March 30, 2007 12:02 pm

TW200 :lovestruck: Get a newer one though. Saves you lots of maintenance.

The bike is nice but the fat donut tire make the bike under power.

Can't fit knobby tires.

Not a good chioce if wanna go offroad riding.

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Originally posted by Tricker@March 31, 2007 12:46 pm

Can't fit knobby tires.

Not a good chioce if wanna go offroad riding.

Huh?! :confused: But but...the stock tires of a TW200 are knobby tires. It's not for those hardcore offroaders though. It's a dual purpose bike. On or off road oso can :cheer: More for fun, not competition :smile:

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Originally posted by Wood@April 02, 2007 12:33 am

:giddy: Can ensure U the designers of yamaha or any other brand not as naive.

slope not those slope onroad... but OFFROAD...

 

im selling fish and my fish is all fresh~ (this is the kinda situation we're in now)

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