NEW TO TRIALS LOOKING FOR SUGGESTIONS

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NUDGE
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NEW TO TRIALS LOOKING FOR SUGGESTIONS

Postby NUDGE » Tue Oct 10, 2006 8:13 pm

HI THERE, I'M NEW TO THIS GREAT SPORT AND I AM KEEN TO GET INTO IT.

WHEN I SUGGESTED IT TO MY WIFE SHE THOUGHT THAT SHE JUST MIGHT WANT TO DO IT TO.

CAN ANY ONE HERE SUGGEST A BIKE THAT WOULD BE SUITABLE FOR A COUPLE OF BEGINNERS. DUE TO THE LACK OF $$$ WE WOULD LIKE TO FIND A BIKE THAT WE COULD BOTH RIDE UNTIL WE GET A BIT BETTER AND UPGRADE TO A ON EACH. ONE PROBLEM IS I'M 80KG AND MY WIFE IS 55KG. WOULD SPEND UP TO THE $3500 MARK.

ANY IDEAS WOULD BE APPRECIATED, AND ANY OTHER INFO/TIPS

CHEERS :D :D


If in doubt ...... GO FLAT OUT!!!!!!!!

seiko
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Postby seiko » Fri Oct 13, 2006 8:10 pm

Hey there Nudge.

Good to see you and your wife are looking at getting into trials. I just also got into it and I bought myself a 1995 gas gas (160cc) for under $3000. Pretty much any bike older than 2000 you can find at a very good price. They could easily handle the weight of yourself or your wife. Keep an eye on this website for bikes for sale, you have a better chance of finding one here than in any newspaper classified.

Best of luck!

Shayne.




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