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Old 01-07-2011, 09:28 AM   #21
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Old 01-07-2011, 10:31 AM   #24
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Make sure you're high as when you take the MSF. Some of the instructors smoke.
I never condone being under the influence of marijuana or any other drugs while operating a motor vehicle.........no but seriously ? and previous poster yes I know i am 80% sure its going to be used bike since im in the process of looking at apartments in downtown area for school
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I never condone being under the influence of marijuana or any other drugs while operating a motor vehicle.........no but seriously ? and previous poster yes I know i am 80% sure its going to be used bike since im in the process of looking at apartments in downtown area for school
Cool - if you're parking at an apartment, be sure you have theft insurance or lojack. LOTS of stolen bikes from apartments. There's really nothing you can do to protect it, either.
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Old 01-07-2011, 10:43 AM   #26
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I never condone being under the influence of marijuana or any other drugs while operating a motor vehicle.........no but seriously ? and previous poster yes I know i am 80% sure its going to be used bike since im in the process of looking at apartments in downtown area for school

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Old 01-07-2011, 10:54 AM   #27
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Cool - if you're parking at an apartment, be sure you have theft insurance or lojack. LOTS of stolen bikes from apartments. There's really nothing you can do to protect it, either.
yeah I understand that it will have theft forsure not 100% on lo-jack but the places im looking at downtown have parking garages with 24-7 security and my work has keycard access parking garages
and E^ thanks man trust me I will try to be as safe as possible.
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Living room parking seems to be the only way to really secure a bike at a complex. Skip the theft and full coverage insurance...at your age it will be like $150 a month versus $15 a month for liability. Instead, get a cheapo commuter for $1500, use the rest on MSF, gear, helmet, good tires, and repairs. Then pocket your insurance savings for the next 12 months and upgrade to a much nicer ride...one you won't drop on your 2nd trip out of your own driveway.
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Living room parking seems to be the only way to really secure a bike at a complex. Skip the theft and full coverage insurance...at your age it will be like $150 a month versus $15 a month for liability. Instead, get a cheapo commuter for $1500, use the rest on MSF, gear, helmet, good tires, and repairs. Then pocket your insurance savings for the next 12 months and upgrade to a much nicer ride...one you won't drop on your 2nd trip out of your own driveway.
He speaks the troof. There is a man here - the chosen one - who has lojack and has had his bike RETURNED to him three times (I think - at least twice, for sure).
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Living room parking seems to be the only way to really secure a bike at a complex. Skip the theft and full coverage insurance...at your age it will be like $150 a month versus $15 a month for liability. Instead, get a cheapo commuter for $1500, use the rest on MSF, gear, helmet, good tires, and repairs. Then pocket your insurance savings for the next 12 months and upgrade to a much nicer ride...one you won't drop on your 2nd trip out of your own driveway.
living room would work but downtown complex I highly doubt I get the first floor but defiantly understand where your coming from I got quoted with no MSF on a used 2500 bike for 572.00 a year with theft
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He speaks the troof. There is a man here - the chosen one - who has lojack and has had his bike RETURNED to him three times (I think - at least twice, for sure).
sarcasm or no? I honestly cannot tell
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He speaks the troof. There is a man here - the chosen one - who has lojack and has had his bike RETURNED to him three times (I think - at least twice, for sure).
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Old 01-07-2011, 01:05 PM   #34
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Old 01-07-2011, 02:01 PM   #36
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Yup Yup, Just another idiot who I won't be riding with.

I don't give two if someone smokes but they sure as need to have more common sense then to let the whole world know about it and if they don't have that intelligence they can ride with someone else.

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Yup Yup, Just another idiot who I won't be riding with.

I don't give two if someone smokes but they sure as need to have more common sense then to let the whole world know about it and if they don't have that intelligence they can ride with someone else.

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Whoa there buddy...take a freaking chill pill man... The kid is new, cut him a break.

He doesn't even have a bike yet....

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Old 01-07-2011, 03:32 PM   #39
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Rojer, I think you need to be giving lessons on how NOT to get your bikes jacked vs what the man should/shouldn't do on his own free time.
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Nope. True story. Usually if I imply sarcasm, I put a smiley. Way down at the bottom of the post.
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