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Old 04-17-2006, 01:44 PM   #1
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Talking Just passed the MSF class!!!

...... and with a perfect score now all I need to do is take the written part at the DPS and get the bike registered so I'll be legal.

I highly recommend it to any new rider or even experienced riders cause there was a few of those there that didn't know as much as they thought they did about riding.

Good meeting you Ed and it was a fun class (especially since I got to see someone crash) :laughing6 but seriously it was well worth and I feel a lot more comfortable riding than before.

Hey dude with the 05 gsxr, feel free to chime in..... anybody else that was in the class on this board?
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Old 04-17-2006, 01:46 PM   #2
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good stuff man....

msf, is a good class to have under your belt
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Congrats! The written test is the easy part.
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woot i just passed it too, now i can get my license and get that ticket taken care of :icon_bigg ...hey z28 dude the name's brian, nice meeting ya there i got a perfect score too
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Congrats! The written test is the easy part.
lol, that was the hard part for me... somehow i thought i could just walk in there and get my license. then they were like u need to take the written test before u can get the m license. i'm like ok sure. failed it twice and finally went up to them and told them to hand me the motorcycle handbook, read it once over and passed.

some of the question were just too detailed or maybe im stupid. haha
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Old 04-17-2006, 04:29 PM   #13
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I just passed it, too. I was in class with Brian. Nice job on the perfect score!

Now it's time to read the TX motorcycle guide and take the written test. (And buy a bike!)
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Congrats guys...happy riding, be safe!
I took the class with Ed as well and am so happy to have my M endorsement on my license!
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congrats :-D

do you two plan on taking the advanced course in the future?
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congrats :-D

do you two plan on taking the advanced course in the future?
Dont really know much about it except that there is one...... what kind of tricks do they teach you?
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remember, similar exercises. just w/ your own bike.......incl. the box.
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i still need to get my legal but i dont think they have any dps offices over here in tallil iraq!lol
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remember, similar exercises. just w/ your own bike.......incl. the box.
NOOOOOO..... NOT THE BOX!!!!!! ha

There's a big difference in turning a sport bike and those little crusers at super low speed turns, I still have bruises on my wrists from the gas tank on my bike
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