The GS 1150 Cafe Racer is a bike with great acceleration but poor handling ability. It is great for taking on roads in small groups and is a great beginner bike. It is the perfect bike for someone who is just starting to get into a riding group. However, it is not the bike for a complete beginner.
There are some things that make this bike hard to ride. It has a short wheelbase and it's not a street bike. This makes it hard to get a handle on and balance. You need to be very careful when you are trying to balance and maneuver this bike. It also does not have a very comfortable seat, although it does have a very good handlebar. This bike does not offer much comfort and control.
There are two sets of brake discs, one is the standard front and rear shocks absorbers. The second set is the rear shock absorber and the front fork. The forks are adjustable so they can be adjusted to the rider's preferences. The seat is firm but not too firm or it might feel like it will get stuck on the bike. A lot of people find that the front and back shocks are stiff in the first stages and then once they adjust the position of the bike feels fine.
The main thing about this bike is that it does not have a full suspension system. The rear shock absorbers are adjustable and a very good idea as the bike's weight is concentrated in these parts. However, this does mean that the bike does need a little extra work to get a smooth ride and the suspension is not perfect.
One important thing that can really ruin a day is the noise level. The rear shocks can become very noisy when they are moving, and this makes it difficult to listen to music or have conversations. When you are riding a bike with no suspension you can hear it all around you, and sometimes the noise can be quite unpleasant. When you are in a group it can make the atmosphere a bit more tense and the ride can get interrupted.
Overall this bike is great for a beginner and is a great bike to take to meet new friends. However, if you are a complete beginner I would recommend a bike that is lighter and easier to get used to. If you start to feel confident in your ability to ride a bike you can upgrade to a bike with better suspension parts. If you are a complete expert in riding I would recommend a bike that has more suspension and a more comfortable seat.