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Old 05-04-2011, 02:59 PM   #21
Chubby Racer
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Originally Posted by PoloCBR View Post
Hello Guys, I am new in MH and I just got a CBR 1000rr after I sold my CBR 600 about year an a half ago. I only ride on the streets but I am thinking about inproving my skills so I can eventually go to the tracks.

I just moved to Richmond (77407) two years ago from Omaha NE and I would love to go riding and meet other riders so I can learn from more experience riders so hit me up if you guys are up for a meeting or group ride next week.

I just got some of my gear online and I may get it next week. I still need more stuff like my girls gear and maybe some leather/track gear for the future. I think that mt new 1000rr is too much for my first track bike so I may buy something smaller for the track maybe a 600.

Any advise for a newbie in MH will be appreciated...

Buy a gixxer or an r6 for a trackturd. I know some people are brand loyal and all, but there's just simply going to be more crash parts available for those two bikes than anything else.
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