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To all short riders out there.

I'm planning to purchase a 2011 CBR250 and will order a lowering kit from Krooztune. (i'm currently riding a honda rebel 250)

I am only 5ft short with 27in inseams. I realized that even with the lowering kit, I may still tip-toe this bike on stop lights.

So, what is your technique at stop lights? Also, is this bike light enough that I can lean it a little bit at a stop so I can at least one-foot this bike?

Lastly, anyone have experience with Krooztune lowering kit? I have read one article on this forum that it works..but I wonder if others have used it as well.

Thank you for your reply.
 

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To all short riders out there.

I'm planning to purchase a 2011 CBR250 and will order a lowering kit from Krooztune. (i'm currently riding a honda rebel 250)

I am only 5ft short with 27in inseams. I realized that even with the lowering kit, I may still tip-toe this bike on stop lights.

So, what is your technique at stop lights? Also, is this bike light enough that I can lean it a little bit at a stop so I can at least one-foot this bike?

Lastly, anyone have experience with Krooztune lowering kit? I have read one article on this forum that it works..but I wonder if others have used it as well.

Thank you for your reply.
I'm on my tippy toes if I try to balance. I just lean more on my left foot. If you have any strength at all it really shouldn't be a problem. Just be very careful if you are stopping on an incline.
 
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