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Old 09-29-2010, 11:57 AM   #41
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Awesome cycles is good and the instructors are a lot of fun. I took mine there. Don't roll up there on your bike with two fingers on the clutch and brake though. Challen will bust your in front of everyone and give you the ol' Valentino Rossi speech. LOL. Plus he has the coolest haircut on that side of town. So just wear a hat because being around his hairdo will make you realize how bad yours sucks.
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Old 09-29-2010, 12:18 PM   #42
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Depends on the area of town you're in. I went to the Spring Branch ISD Motorcycle safety course.

http://communityed.springbranchisd.com/begmotor.htm

It was like $ 195 for Sat and Sun course. Super easy and the instructor is really chill and laid back.

All you need to bring is Gloves, Jacket and wear boots and jeans. They have helmets but you can bring your own.

its $170.00 total with tax
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Awesome cycles is good and the instructors are a lot of fun. I took mine there. Don't roll up there on your bike with two fingers on the clutch and brake though. Challen will bust your in front of everyone and give you the ol' Valentino Rossi speech. LOL. Plus he has the coolest haircut on that side of town. So just wear a hat because being around his hairdo will make you realize how bad yours sucks.


That may have to go on our website.
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