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Here's a great balaclava for motorcyclist's. The Seirus thick and thin. Really thin on the top, thick from the chin down. It is the only one I have found that is thin enough to fit inside my helmet. Put it on, buckle up your helmet, tug down on the throat until the face opening rides down onto your chin below your lower lip. Voila. It disappears. It should be pretty warm.
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Amazon.com: Seirus Innovation Thick N Thin Headliner: Clothing
 

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And it's inexpensive. That's a swithch hey? good to know it fits under the helmut and it can be used as a neck warmer. You're a cool Dad to buy your daughter the 125. :D Mine rides and races the 600:eek: Pretty darn proud of her
 

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And it's inexpensive. That's a swithch hey? good to know it fits under the helmut and it can be used as a neck warmer. You're a cool Dad to buy your daughter the 125. :D Mine rides and races the 600:eek: Pretty darn proud of her
The 125 is for me. She already has a Ninja. I wish I could convince her to trade it for a CBR250R (peaky power band, cold blooded carbs) but the Ninja sits a little lower and she is not too tall.
 

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Either bike is fun. Hope you guys get to ride together. Ive talked with guys at track days who race the 125 and they all say that they beat the bigger bikes in the corners. The straights, no way but the corners, everytime. The wee 125 can be fun.
 
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