Need help narrowing down which motorcycle I should get.?

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Chad:
What you can buy depends on where in the world you are.
How big are you? Age? Experienced motorcycle rider? Experienced car driver?
Why do you want a motorcycle? Where will you be riding? How far, how fast?
What style do you like? Scooter, standard, dirt, dual-sport, sport, cruiser, tourer?
How do you plan on wearing? Street clothes, some protection, all the gear?
How much are your willing to pay?

Post your answers and people can give you a good suggestion.

Buster:
Go to the web sites of all the motorcycle manufacturers to see what they have to offer.
Check out the specifications, available options, and prices.
Do an online search for each motorcycle you are interested in to find reviews from riders and trade groups. Also check prices for insuring each of them.
Make a list comparing pros and cons for each one.
Then tell your wife/ girlfriend/ mother that you are thinking of buying a motorcycle.
After they all give you a million reasons not to buy one, get a 5 star safety rated car.
Oliver:
If you are big enough I recommend a `1974 Kawasaki 903 in good shape of course.
anotherredman:
If you are big enough I recommend a `1974 Kawasaki 903 in good shape of course.
Fraser:
How do you expect answers with no info? Dirt bike? Street bike? Size wanted? Your level of experience? Got my drift here?
Spewy:
If you are an experienced rider, I would get a Ducati X Diavel S.
Andy:
How do you expect answers with no info? Dirt bike? Street bike? Size wanted? Your level of experience? Got my drift here?
Tim D:
Perhaps listing what you have so far would be a start. If in doubt get a DT125R.
Joe:
Get a bright-red, hunch-back, warp-speed 900cc cafe racer.

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