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Old 04-11-2012, 01:53 PM   #1
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Names Anthony. A.C. Jei is my producer name. Anyways I wasnt really sure if i should introduce myself yet bc im not technically a rider yet but i have been craving to be one for a while now. I'm currently saving up for a wedding but after that I plan to get my 1st bike (Ninja 250, towards the end of this yr)

I do have a question about the MSF course...After i complete the beginners course how long do I have to get my license? does this MSF certificate thing ever expire?
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Old 04-11-2012, 02:04 PM   #2
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well welcome, i dont know about the coarse cause i took the military one and all you gotta do is get the paper they give you and go to the dmv and apply for your m class license short test like 15 questions and pay like 16 bucks and thats it bro

as far as a 250 have you ever riding a bike before?
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well welcome, i dont know about the coarse cause i took the military one and all you gotta do is get the paper they give you and go to the dmv and apply for your m class license short test like 15 questions and pay like 16 bucks and thats it bro

as far as a 250 have you ever riding a bike before?
He seems like he hasn't and a 250 is a great choice as a first bike. Welcome to MH
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Old 04-11-2012, 06:06 PM   #5
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well welcome, i dont know about the coarse cause i took the military one and all you gotta do is get the paper they give you and go to the dmv and apply for your m class license short test like 15 questions and pay like 16 bucks and thats it bro

as far as a 250 have you ever riding a bike before?
nope. never. Only a bicycle lol. Nothing motorized. I just went to Stubb Cycles in Pasadena to sit on a few bikes just to see how they feel. A lot heavier than i thought they would be. and the guy said the CBR 250 is a little lighter than ninja 250
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Old 04-11-2012, 06:20 PM   #6
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Welcome welcome! From an ex ninja 250 rider, they are the perfect starter bike. Now I will admit they will get alittle boring as you get used to the bike. But they have fantastic resale value. Infact you may only lose $500 or less even if you put 5000 miles on it.

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Well its whatever you feel more comfortable with man, I mean I started out with a 600cc bike and im like 5'7 and weight 135 pounds. Only thing that I have riden before that was a pocket rocket but like I said its all up to you I just didnt wanna waste the money in getting a 250 when you will get bored of it in like 2 weeks.
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Welcome to mh, my friend had the certificate for 6 months before he went and got the actual license... dunno if that answers your question or not lol. The 250 is a great starter bike, its what I learned on
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Names Anthony. A.C. Jei is my producer name. Anyways I wasnt really sure if i should introduce myself yet bc im not technically a rider yet but i have been craving to be one for a while now. I'm currently saving up for a wedding but after that I plan to get my 1st bike (Ninja 250, towards the end of this yr)

I do have a question about the MSF course...After i complete the beginners course how long do I have to get my license? does this MSF certificate thing ever expire?
The certificate is good for 3 years.
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Well its whatever you feel more comfortable with man, I mean I started out with a 600cc bike and im like 5'7 and weight 135 pounds. Only thing that I have riden before that was a pocket rocket but like I said its all up to you I just didnt wanna waste the money in getting a 250 when you will get bored of it in like 2 weeks.
hmm interesting. I will def keep that in mind & will keep my options open
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get a 600cc sport bike.. change the sprocket to +4 front, -8 rear.. =P I kid.. =P

My first bike was a 600 Vtwin. and having no experiences on a motorcycle, it was plenty scary in the turns. Get it used, get it cheap.. and decide if you want a sport or cruiser or hybrid. GL and welcome
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