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Next time she does it call the police and have her escorted off your property. She is trespassing and harrassing you. Next time she shows up I would call the police. I would contact your local police department and ask them if there is anything you can do. That is harrassment and trespassing. -Connor
Good first bike! You need a helmet, a jacket, and gloves. At a bare minimum. If you have more money, you can buy more stuff. 8^) Helmets all work about the same in terms of impact resistance. You pay more for features or comfort. Every company makes different shapes for different-shaped heads. After you've tried a few on you'll know what shape of head you have. For instance I have a Shoei/HJC shaped head. I would strongly recommend a full-face helmet since research shows about half of helmet impacts come from the front! If you have a nice pair of sunglasses be sure to try the helmet with them before you buy it! The jacket is for abrasion resistance in case you come off the bike and slide on the street. Leather used to be king (also it doesn't flap in the wind, which wears you out on a long trip). But these days there are textiles that are as good as leather, and COOLER. The typical jacket today has a 'shell' that has the abrasion resistance (and perhaps armor) but the wind just goes right through it, then there's a padded liner that makes it wind-proof and waterproof. If you're still cold you can put a sweater under the liner. A jacket like that is like $150-300. And then don't neglect the gloves. When you fall off a motorcycle you instinctively put your hands out to stop you from falling. So it's not a bad idea to have a layer of leather on the palms. If you want to go farther there's boots, of course. I think just a good sturdy pair of shoes is fine (i.e. not flip-flops, not Crocs, not ultralight sneakers.) Shoes need to 'grip' the street when you come to a stop and are holding the bike up. There's nothing worse that putting your foot down at a stop and having it slide away in sand or something. Also you can get overpants made of the same abrasion-resistant material as the jacket, in fact you can buy a matching outfit where jacket and pants zip together in the back. I think this is just too much trouble, but it would certainly protect you better in a bad spill.