IMO get a fiddy and learn to stunt one of those, so you know what to expect
A. your only going like 10-20mph most of the time when you wreck
B. you will wreck sooner or later, if you stay in stunting
C. What you learn on a fiddy does transfer to a bigger bike somewhat. Alot of stunts are harder on fiddys because your movement has to be so very slight. You still have to relearn the stunts, but as my friend says "if you can't stunt a fiddy, you really shouldn't try the big bikes"
The most important thing I learned was how to work the rear brake. Some ppl will never learn that i swear
I've only had my big bike 4 months, now i put my stock front sprocket back on to roll 2nd gear standups faster!
79 K5 blazer, 6" lift 38x15" tires d44/12b lockers and chromoly axles ,6.2L GM diesel - Waste Vegetable Oil conversion - cross over steering,14"SAW nitrogen shocks, beefed shackles, shackle flip, winch/ bumpers, diff covers.
94 CBR 600 naked, handbraked, -1 +3 sprockets, one wheel operation mod
"I'm sorry, nothing quite says, "F- You, I'm from Texas" like an all-business, stripped-down K5."