Yeah if they have the right size dirt bike and gear
The age to ride a dirt bike in Ontario is 14 years old. The rider is also required to wear approved helmets and follow the same traffic laws as bicyclists.
I would assume you are refering to dirt bikes. I have recently bought a 80cc for my thirteen year old son. It works quite well for him, other then the fact that he will be growing out of it soon. I have also recently bought a 100 cc. This seems to work well for him, too. The 100 cc has plenty of power, yet not too much for him, yet plenty of height for him. My 11 year old son rides the 100cc as well. He has recently started out riding,too. Hope this helps, Ben
a cool whane
Yes, that is a good size bike to learn on. If the bike is street legal you will need a motorcycle license.
about 25,000. My van is 4 years old and has about 35,750 miles onit.
between 150cc and 250cc
yes just get them a 50cc or 70cc dirt bike
a two fifty
A 13 year old inexperienced rider should probably start of with an 80cc with a clutch. this way they get a feel for riding a bike.
a 120cc dirt bike is suitable for a 17 year old
I had a 250cc for my first bike when i was 12, but now im 14 and got a 400cc bike.
I would perfer a Honda CRF 50 there a very great 50cc training bike
no you have to be at least 14