Many new motorcyclists are still struggling to find a motorcycle that suits them. To help everyone make this difficult decision, I recommend 14 of the most suitable entry-level motorcycles. Come and take a look!

1. Honda Monkey 125

Displacement: 125cc

Engine: Single-cylinder

The Honda Monkey was popular in Asia in the 1960s and has been pursued for the past 50 years, continuing to grow. Now available in red and yellow, as well as an upgraded version with ABS brakes. The Monkey 125 is a mini motorcycle with a low seat height, which may be too small for some larger riders. However, this does not prevent it from being a weekend travel choice, where riders can experience off-road scenery. At lower speeds, it is also a fun soul on the commuter route, but due to lack of power, it cannot travel at higher speeds on the highway.

2. KTM Corner Rocket (390 Duke)

Displacement: 373cc

Engine: Single-cylinder

The KTM Corner Rocket is a standard motorcycle that can be used as a sport bike. The shock absorbers are sturdy and can be used for weekend trips and sport riding. The single-cylinder engine is controllable for beginners and can go on the highway. Due to its sturdy suspension, the seat height of the vehicle is in the middle range, so it won’t put too much load on the whole vehicle because of the rider’s weight.

3. Harley-Davidson Street 500

Displacement: 494cc

Engine: Twin-cylinder

This street bike from Harley-Davidson is not expensive, with a low and light seat, making it easy for most beginners to handle. The bike can be used for daily commuting and weekend travel, with plenty of storage space to carry more items. It is recommended to buy a safety system together, as motorcycle theft accidents are still common, especially for bikes like Harley.

4. Kawasaki Z125 Pro SE

Displacement: 125cc

Engine: Single-cylinder

As a new member of the Kawasaki lineup, the Z125 is an ideal motorcycle for weekend rides and daily commutes. The bike is light and easy to handle, and the 125cc engine is very suitable for beginners. It doesn’t have a windshield, so you’ll feel the wind while riding. The Z125 is a new rider-friendly companion, with a medium seat height that can be adjusted to suit each rider’s optimal comfort height.

 5. Harley-Davidson Superlow

Displacement: 373cc

Engine: Single-cylinder

Low seat, suitable for almost all riders, the body design uses simple ergonomics principles, allowing you to ride hundreds of kilometers every day without feeling tired. In addition, the seat can be adjusted to suit more riders. It’s not a big displacement bike, the power is not great, but it’s enough for long-distance travel or going out for groceries.

6. Honda Grom

Displacement: 125cc

Engine: Single-cylinder

This Grom from Honda looks like a mini bike, but it has many sporty features. The frame and seat height make it look like a sport motorcycle, and the moderate price makes it an excellent entry-level motorcycle.

The power of the Grom is not enough to perform cool tricks on city roads, nor is it suitable for high-speed driving, but it is enough for commuting and weekend trips, and is perfect for beginners looking for fun and excitement.

7. KTM RC 390

Displacement: 373cc

Engine: Single-cylinder

The KTM 390 is an excellent entry-level motorcycle with a light frame and wide tires, meeting the needs of daily commuting. It follows ergonomic principles, with a slight forward tilt to avoid wind. The seat height is slightly higher than average, allowing the rider to lean into the motorcycle during turns, making it suitable for short trips.

 8. Kawasaki 300

Displacement: 296cc

Engine: Twin-cylinder

The Kawasaki 300 is a simple and exquisite sports motorcycle that can be used for weekend trips, cornering, and daily commuting. It is lightweight and powerful. Like other sport bikes, the seat height is slightly higher than normal to accommodate cornering. It is recommended to choose cars with ABS system for added safety.

9. Yamaha V Star 250 Raven

Displacement: 250cc

Engine: Twin-cylinder

This motorcycle is lightweight, low-powered, and has a low seat height, making it easy for most beginners to handle. It can easily hit the road for both short and long trips.

10. Yamaha V Star 250 Raven

Displacement: 250cc

Engine: Twin-cylinder

This motorcycle is lightweight, low-powered, and has a low seat height, making it easy for most beginners to handle. It can easily hit the road for both short and long trips.

11. Kawasaki Versys-X 300 ABS

Displacement: 269cc

Engine: Twin-cylinder

The Kawasaki Versys-X is an adventure motorcycle that can carry a variety of items. The twin-cylinder engine has enough torque to maintain low-speed travel and can switch to high-speed travel during weekend trips. The Versys-X has an advantage for taller people, as the seat height is slightly higher. Additionally, this bike can carry a lot of gear, whether it’s clothes, jackets, or rain gear.

 12. Suzuki GSX250R

Displacement: 248cc

Engine: Twin-cylinder

The Suzuki GSXR series first appeared in the 1980s and has continued to develop and improve over the past 30-plus years. It has a low seat, and the ergonomic design of the rider mimics the slightly forward-leaning posture of a larger displacement sports motorcycle.

13. Suzuki GW250

Displacement: 248cc

Engine: Twin-cylinder

The GW250 has enough power to travel on highways and in suburban forests. The lower seat height is comfortable. It also has adjustable brake levers for added rider comfort.

14. Suzuki DR-Z400SM

Displacement: 398cc

Engine: Single-cylinder

The Z400SM is a supermoto, a hybrid motorcycle with 80% off-road bike and 20% street bike. The supermoto is designed to handle all types of riding, and its frame can absorb the bumps and jumps of riding. This bike has a higher seat, which may be out of reach for some riders. Like many riders hope, it is lightweight, providing power for daily riding, and also has strong off-road capabilities.