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Welcome to Motorcycles Guru - we are the masters, the engineers, the professionals of motorcycles. If you're looking for a motorcycle replacement part, whether it be aftermarket or OEM, you're in the right place. Not only that, but reading reviews on a part you need, or even on a bike itself, can help you out a lot in the long run. One major factor before you purchase a motorcycle (or even a car) is, is it right for me? What is the fuel mileage? How expensive is maintenance? These are all completely valid questions, and you want them answered before you purchase your new bike - not after. To help with these concerns and more, be sure to read the reviews left by our site visitors. Or, post a question yourself! We'll be more then happy to get back to you. You can also check out places like Kajiji, Craigslist, and E-bay for your motorcycle requirements. The only thing you have to keep in mind on these websites is you're dealing with private buyers and sellers, so be careful. It's best to deal with power sellers - people who have been on these websites for a long time, and have a good reputation for doing proper business.

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What kind of motorcycle are you interested in? Do you want something that goes vroom vrrom - a high performance bike? Or are you looking to go off-road? These are questions you need to ask yourself. If you are new to riding a motorbike, then you may want to go with a simple bike that is under 800 ccs. For example, a Honda Nighthawk 650 CC is a great bike for a beginner. You want something that you can learn on - not something too big. You'll want something small as your first bike. This way, in case you go for a slide, you have a better chance of being able to survive, or ditch the bike. If you're on a big beefy bike like a cruiser that is 750cc or over, you have no chance of getting off the bike once it starts to go down. A lot of the time, motorcyclists will get pinned underneath a bigger cruising bike - and unfourtunately, that's usually all she wrote, folks.

Harley Davidon, Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki Motorcycles

What manufacturer are you interested in? Sure, everyone wants a Harley Davidson, but being able to afford one is a completely different thing. Harleys are generally very expensive. We don't recommend purchasing one to learn on, either - a Harley is for an accomplished rider. You don't want to scratch it, or end up having to ditch it. That's a LOT of money gone if that happens. BMW motorcyces are also an expensive brand, as you may imagine. These motorcycles are some of the best in the industry, though. The only thing you'll find that is cooler would be a custom built chopper - and you're certainly racking up the bucks on that, chief! If you're looking for a less expensive motorcycle, then you can go with a Honda, Yamaha, etc. Kawasaki is also a good brand for "crotch rockets" and touring bikes.

Kawasaki Motorcycles, Custom Choppers, Parts

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