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Is riding a Chopper motorcycle difficult?

What level of difficulty is riding a chooper bike? What are some of the pro's and con's vs. a "regular" bike?

Asked By: Jim C - 5/6/2007
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I've been riding a chopper for over 20 years... More
Answered By: scootertrashtx - 5/6/2007
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riding a chopper is not difficult at all
Answered By: RAMON P - 5/6/2007
 
The longer the forks are....The more you need to... More
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Answered By: planecrazzzy - 5/6/2007
 
All depends. How much its streatched and raked, how low or hight it is, etc etc. Many chopers or custom bikes that are streatched or have long rakes can be tricky at low speeds. But t hey cruise really sweet on the highway. Then some, the way t hey are build are teribble in the twisties. If your looking at sometinhg... More
Answered By: pappy - 5/6/2007
 
Riding a chopper isn't really anymore diffcult it is a different feel. If you are just starting out with a motorcycle you should probably opt for a cheap motorcycle with a good helmet and jacket. The only different between a "chopper" and a "regular" motorcycle is the length of the front forks and adjustments to the... More
Answered By: Rocket - 5/6/2007
 
If you want to look ridiculous go ahead.
Answered By: solara437 - 5/6/2007
 
I've only ridden one and didn't like it at all, but I'm used to quick turning MX bikes. I do think they look very cool, but my concern would be what happens when I need to quickly avoid some type of obstacle. I think it comes down to whether you want "show" or "go".
Answered By: KB2002 - 5/7/2007
 
A poorly built/maintained bike of any type will be hard and unsafe to ride. I've seen bikes that look really cool, but I wouldn't want to try to rude one the way I do my FLH... More
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Answered By: dynamike742002 - 5/7/2007
 
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