don't worry about these anal things that they teach on motocycle courses; it is for babies, not for real bikers. you can keep 2 feet on the ground and be happy. why to keep the right foot on the brake peg??? makes no sense. hold the brake with the hand brake lever, and be more stable on the ground.
if one is shorter, at least one should touch the ground with tip toes of the two feet, or else you can lose balance.
You are not a "real biker". Sorry but please don't give bad advice.
- Using the front or the rear brake at a stop is a choice. There is no right or wrong way.
- Two feet on the ground or one at a stop is also a choice.
1. If I want to accelerate very quickly, my left foot on the peg ready to shift while the right foot is on the ground.
2. If I'm just relaxing, either boot feet on the ground or one....don't matter.
3. If I'm on an incline, foot on the brake is way better than finger on the front brake. If you disagree, you're an idiot.
To the original poster,
Get the Kawasaki Z400, it's way better because it is more powerful and comfortable.
both bikes, you can install the lowering link. I installed the lowering link on the G310R for my wife who is 5'1. I'm 5'5 and can ride fast with the lowering link no issues in the cayons. Don't listen to idiots about it's not good to lower the bike.