Besides, most of them have lower links available. Example being, the wr250x you can lower by 2-1/2" .if she knows how to ride, then seat height doesnt matter.
shes better off getting comfortable riding bikes she cant flat foot... then she can ride almost anything.
i got my wife a yamaha xt225.shes 5,5 and can flat foot both feet on the ground.
my girl is 5'1" and i converted a XT225 for her. she's sat on the Kawasaki 250SM and could touch the ground but the XT is so much more comfortable for her....and cheaperI'd second the XT225. The WR250X is very tall in stock form.
already been flamed when it was posted in the girlfriend/pet thread. hey i tried to tell her...and yes, she just went to the end of the block and back.Neat little bike. But prepared to get mega-flamed for letting her putt around without any gear at all. :headshake
I will start; No helmet, gloves and mother off all things - flip flops?
I understand it was probably a quick spin around the driveway, but damn. Bad mind set to start out with. People seem to get hurt the worst tipping over right there in front of the house.
Pins, screws and brain hemmoraging aren't good things to experience when trying to simply get into biking. Stupid shit happens quick, and can have life long lasting (ending) results. Take it from us dumb asses that have learned the hard way.
There. It's just because we care man.
Well, it is hard, if not impossible to properly teach someone with that mind set. She has NO idea of the risk involved, and that is scary.hey i tried to tell her..