Harley Davidson has the top beginner motorcycles.

Harley Davidson Sportster Iron 883

If you know something about bikes, you’ve heard the name Harley. We don’t have to tell you that they design some of the most stylish, powerful, and reliable bikes on the market. Many Harley’s are souped-up for the pros, but that doesn’t stop the company from creating a few bikes that are easily handled by a new rider. As a matter of fact, they have some of the top beginner motorcycles around. 

The Sportster Iron 883 is a good example and has a lowered suspension that is comfortable and stable for all riders. You can expect to ride for miles thanks to Harley Davidson for equipping it with the 883cc air-cool engine.  

The drag-style dropped back handlebars create an old-school look that turns heads. The bike is available in many colors and supports the anti-chrome, blacked-out style. The bike sits in the middle of the price range. It has a little bit of a higher price point than many other choices for beginners. But with a Harley Davidson, you really get what you pay for.

Suzuki SV650

This bike is the epitome of an old-school sports bike, but with a touch of modern style. The bike runs on a 645cc V-twin Engine that offers clean, consistent power. This bike provides low emissions and great fuel economy. It’s also lightweight enough to be easy to handle during an evening cruise or a sporty terrain, even for beginners. Making it one of the top beginner motorcycles. 

The Low RPM Assist feature to adjust the engine to help stop stalling, which is good if you are just learning to ride.  The slim-frame motorcycle is made entirely of steel for a look that is stylish and a bike that is timeless. At the very top of the affordability range, this bike is both low-cost and high in value.

This is the number one choice for any rider that desires a naked bike with a scent of retro/cafe racer looks. It is also quite light and therefore manageable for female riders too.