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    Inazuma front mudguard

    I'm new here so hopefully I've got this in the correct forum.

    Will be doing my learners in a couple of weeks and looking into a first bike.

    Have seen a couple of Suzuki Inazumas that seem to tick all the right boxes for something to progress on for a year or 2.

    Only problem is the slightly ugly front mudguard.

    Are there any tidier aftermarket ones available?

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by talisker View Post
    I'm new here so hopefully I've got this in the correct forum.
    Yes, but you'll still get shit from some people.



    Quote Originally Posted by talisker View Post
    Have seen a couple of Suzuki Inazumas that seem to tick all the right boxes for something to progress on for a year or 2, only problem is the slightly ugly front mudguard.

    Are there any tidier aftermarket ones available?
    Yes, but most will cost $200 upwards.(if you want to google, there are some from Kitaco and AGRAS)

    You say you want something to progress on, so I'm going to assume you mean you plan to upgrade once you have your full licence. If that's the case, keep your money and put it towards bike #2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by talisker View Post
    Only problem is the slightly ugly front mudguard.
    Once you start riding, things like the aesthetics of a mudguard on your first bike will probably become pretty insignificant. Things like how your body fits on the bike tend to be a little more important. It's also pretty unlikely that you'll still be riding your first bike after a year, let alone two.

    Good luck with it and welcome to KB

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    The back end if those zumas looks sexy as.

    There is no doubt the zumas are a great looking bike...

    Let us know what you find out talisker.

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    Thanks for the advice.

    I guess I could put up with that mudguard for a year or 2 until I've got a few miles under my belt and pass this to my son when I get something bigger/better/louder/with more shiny bits.

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