How many CC's did YOU start on? (poll) - 600RR.net
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View Poll Results: How many CC's did YOU start on:
50-250cc 72 17.43%
250-500cc 48 11.62%
500-600cc 265 64.16%
750-899cc 17 4.12%
900-1000cc 11 2.66%
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post #1 of 112 (permalink) Old 05-08-2007, 01:40 PM Thread Starter
 
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How many CC's did YOU start on?

How many CC's did YOU start on?

the .net has alot of smart people / as well as the e-tards and is generally pretty mixed. so I ask all the riders simply, how many CC's did you start on? thats all , Thanks.

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you should make this a poll
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I started on a 500..
moved to an older 750
went down on 2/14, back on two wheels soon..
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you should make this a poll
I looked all over and could'nt figure it out :(
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oh well...

QQ, what does the size of the engine have to do with anything? I'm curious as to why you are curious.
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There's a check box near the bottom half of the page to use a poll.

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How many CC's did YOU start on? (poll)

How many CC's did YOU start on?

the .net has alot of smart people / as well as the e-tards and is generally pretty mixed. so I ask all the riders simply, how many CC's did you start on? thats all , Thanks.

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good grief, you screwed it up again... CLICK THE BOX THAT SAYS "Yes, post a poll with this thread
Number of poll options: 5 (Maximum: 10)" WHEN YOU MAKE A NEW THREAD.
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looks like a poll to me!
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I think the options be more like this:

50-125cc
250cc
500cc
600cc
700-750cc
900-1000cc
1100-1400cc

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alright, you got it!

I still am curious as to why you are putting emphasis on the engine size and not the bike type...
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although I do not possess as much experience as I would like too, I have ridden a decent number of different bikes with different sized engines, 50-1000cc's. Also, I've heard reports of people starting on 1k's and have been ridding for 10years etc.. its a poll :icon_lol:

but in response..
Just for my own personal information & anyone else who might have the same passing thought moving silently along inside their head.

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I guess it depends apon what your saying starting as? ON the road or just bike in general I started on the road on my 600rr but I have riden dirt bikes before that? I guess i might be reading into the question to much LMAO

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um, i'm unsure of which i should choose, since there is 2 500cc choices.
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um, i'm unsure of which i should choose, since there is 2 500cc choices.
i was a bit confused too. i had an ex500 so i just picked 250-500.


wheres the 1000-1300 catagory?!

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i went through the proper stages, i posted it somewhere before.


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I started with a minibike 25 years ago not sure of the cc's. that same year i got an Honda XL100.
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oh well...

QQ, what does the size of the engine have to do with anything? I'm curious as to why you are curious.

why you do think haha


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1100cc was my first when I was 18. No sh!t. Wrecked it in under a week. Didn't ride for about 10 or so years. Next bike was an R1. I respected that one, heh. Go between 600's and 1000's, about every other year. Just whatever the mood strikes me, when I am looking to purchase. 'Haven't had a "major" accident, since I was 18 (knock on wood), but I also don't ride like a retarted 18-year-old anymore, either, heh.
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I started with 600cc.. Funny thing is that I learned how to ride (basic) within five minutes after playing around with clutch.. I guess it depends on people. It's a lot easier if you know how to drive manual too.. awesome bike Honda F3.. missed it..

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