Q: I'm a new rider, what kind of motorcycle should I buy?

Q: What safety gear is recommended?

Q: Can I take any motorcycle or bike on the highway?


Q: How much experience should I have before riding with a passenger?



Q: I'm a new rider, what kind of motorcycle should I buy?

A: Generally, we recommend that you buy a used bike for $1,000 to $5,000 depending on what you can afford. It is also best to choose a light bike with little plastic that won't suffer much damage when you drop it. After a year or two of experience, you will be ready to upgrade to a newer, better bike.


Q: What safety gear is recommended?

A: When riding your motorcycle you should always wear a full-face helmet, earplugs, boots, gloves, a reflective vest and leather pants and jacket.


Q: Can I take any motorcycle or bike on the highway?

A: As long as the engine size is larger than 125 cc. If it is not, it has limited or restricted access to highways.


Q: How much experience should I have before riding with a passenger?

A: The answer to this question depends on the individual. While some people are capable of carrying passengers right away, others need a year or more of riding experience. Be forewarned that unlike luggage, passengers are heavy, and can move by themselves.