:withstupidNinjakell said:dirtbike that shit. when you lower a bike, the handling is off.
you don;t need both feet to touch, just one leg.
Another option is picking up some boots with a thick sole. Get maybe an inch.PurEvo said:I'm use to riding the bike on stock height. I can touch both foot on the ground but basically tip toeing. I'd just wanna have a bit more grip with my feet. thanks
One year all my buds bought CR500R's (I already had my '95), one of us is five three, so we shaved down his seat some, it helped a lot, kick starting the bike was a entirely different issue though.:biggrinSoySauce021 said:surprised no one has said to just shave the seat a bit. Just take off a bit of foam from your seat and you'll be good. But in all honesty, just tippy toe it. At a stoplight, if need be, you can just slide off to one side and hold the bike up that way. I can't flat foot on a bike, but have no problems. Plus you should worry about how the bike handles when moving instead of at a stop