Katana 600 has the sport bike look without the radical streched over the tank riding position. Its a very good bike to start out with, comfortable, and pretty easy to handle. If you have never riden before I would reccomend you take a rider safety course in your area. It is very informative and if you pass the instructors are certified to give you your motorcycle licence, so you don't have to take a road test at the DMV. I personally ride a Yamaha R6, but I didn't get to ride it too much this year due to the lousy weather we had here in New York this summer.DeVillish said:I might soon be learning how to ride a suzuki Katana 600 and i was wondering if anyone here rides. If you do, what kinda bike is it, and do you have any tips or stories?