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Old 12-23-2008, 11:11 AM
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My brother is only 15 and he bought a 660r Raptor, and its not too much machie for him because it all comes down to experience, if you ever go to local tracks you see 8 year old kids that have great talent but are held back by small cc engines, but i can understand whay the tracks do that
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Old 12-24-2008, 02:57 AM
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C. I was 11 when I got my 300, now I'm 14, and now I want more! I started riding an '87 kawi mojave when I was 8 (it has been my dads sense '88, and we still have it).
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C.

When I was 14 I was 5' 9" and had a 1995 XR200 and a 1995 CR250. At 15 I had an XR600R yet when I went to the dealerships to find out about the 400 ex they said I could only ride a 90. Bogus.
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im 13 years old and i ride a 250cc and i find theres not enough power ive. im not very tall for my age about 5ft 2 and ive been sitting on grizzly 450 and i find the size perfect. i was riding a kawasaki kvf 400 when i was 8
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D.


(Frank is right though! There can't be a general law for everyone to follow!)



(Ok, old thread )
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Old 06-30-2012, 02:17 PM
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Whatever size the individual thinks his/her child can handle.
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Old 03-13-2013, 08:56 PM
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c because their not even that fast and most smaller ones like that have adjustable throttle alowance so u can adjust how fast you want themto go.
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I would say a 350cc would be a good size
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Out of those choices, defiantly C. I am actually only 13 years old and i have a 350cc right now and looking to upgrade. I haven't been riding very long and I go full throttle on a 3500cc, I'm sure other people could handle a 250 (unless there complete trash at riding)
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Old 06-08-2017, 02:53 PM
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Some places you can only ride what the government says you can ride at each age but I stand by what I said earlier. There really isn't a single size that fit's everyone 12-16.
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