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only the weight of your brain;)

assuming the rider isn't an extreme case, too heavy (300+) or too fragile (<90), the sky is the limit
 

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Like silverzx6r said, unless you're too fat to reach the handlebars, or too skinny to stand the bike up, ride whatever you want. I've found that height, not weight is a more important factor in determining what size bike to buy. I'm about 6'2" if not a little more, and my ninja seems a little cramped at times, especially when I'm tucked in behind the windshield. I can actually rest my elbows on my thighs when tucked in! Looks like my next bike will be the much anticipated zx10r!
 

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Check your owners manual for max gross weight. Since you asked however, you maximum laod is 397 lbs for rider, passenger and luggage.

That's the best thing about bikes, no fat chicks allowed, right Silver ;)
 

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Originally posted by TommyV

Like silverzx6r said, unless you're too fat to reach the handlebars, or too skinny to stand the bike up, ride whatever you want. I've found that height, not weight is a more important factor in determining what size bike to buy. I'm about 6'2" if not a little more, and my ninja seems a little cramped at times, especially when I'm tucked in behind the windshield. I can actually rest my elbows on my thighs when tucked in! Looks like my next bike will be the much anticipated zx10r!
hehe i rest my elbows on my knees all the time in a tuck haulin ass [:p]... its comfy lol :D[:M94] <<< LOL thats funny... sorry had to post it
 
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