2015 Yamaha R3. Purchased 8-20-2021.
I wish that were possible. I can’t fit another bike in my townhouse garage with two Yamahas and my car. I would have to sell the r3 to get something else- and I have not found one that runs for less than $3500 in Jersey, I’d sooner say forget it all. Supposed to be a good learner bike.The R3 might not be the right fit for you to learn on. I always advice new riders to get a used bike that they can comfortably flat foot on to learn. It will help build your technique & confidence much easier than jumping onto sportbike.
I learned how to ride in the 80's on a neighbor's moped when i was 13 i think. I eventually got one for myself & practiced daily in empty parking lots with a more experienced friend. After a year, i had the basic skills & confidence to learn on big bikes. It takes time to build yourself into a confident rider, don't rush it. Safety first before all else.