When it comes to your first bike, it seems like there is a huge bunch of bikes to pick. One of the main discussions is the traditional 300cc vs. 600cc argument. Let’s break it down in different points:
1. What are these bikes designed for?
It is important to understand that motorcycles are purpose-built. Manufacturers have different things in mind when they make one particular bike or another, but we have to take into consideration that the ultimate goal of the manufacturing business is just profit. All 300ccs are priced in between 5500$ and 5800$. Their general purpose is more towards the non-expert rider, with more budget components and fewer feats.
On the other hand, the 600ccs class, with a considerably more expensive price, is designed for other less regular tasks and more oriented towards specific and experimented riders. They can be used with utilitarian purposes, but they are great machines with power and structure to ride a race on them. They are just ultra fast vehicles. 300ccs are more practical for the road rider.