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        Q: Cheap ninja 250 as a first bike?
A: I believe it would make a good firstly bicycle . It 's not too large , assuming you are able sit on it with both feet flat on the ground .   People say you should begin with a 250 . A 250 is lighter and easily to administer , in particular at first of all , but a 600 're not THAT much greater . Plus it is able cruise long distances at highway velotowns and cities which a 250 ca n't truly do . I think a ordinary person could handle it just fine .   I would worry a small about the age . twenty-1 years 's old for a bicycle , even with low mileage . You 'd wish to be persuaded the bike ha is very well cared for . A twenty-1 year old bicycle with fewer resources than five0k miles , it generally mean that the bike was sitting in a garage for a couple of years unridden . And this situation is hard on a bicycle .   The Ninja 're not a hot sportbike ( like the GSX-R or CBR ) , this is good . It 's a 'sporty ' standard , so it deals with well sufficiently and its quick enough to be fun - but this is still forgiving sufficiently for beginners . It is a good 'all over ' bicycle , which is exactly what you want . 

Q: What is a good bike to start on?
A: Go here : www.danscomp.com  Good High-End Bike Brands : Cult/ Blackeye/ Sunday/ Verde/ United/ Stolen/ Subrosa/ FitBikeCo/ Kink/ Premium/ WeThePeople  The remainder are n't recommends , they 're cheap brands , cheap parts , and just all over are n't high quality . 

Q: Bike riding with young children?
A: Age fifteen and under is a necessary to wear helmets .   http : //www.helmets.org/ct_law.htm