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Old 01-14-2007, 04:19 PM   #1
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msf!!!!

Well I just got done completing my msf course a couple hours ago. I took it through boss cycles, my instructor was Tommy Vanvactor and I highly reccommend taking his class. I actually was surprised on the new things I learned. Anyway just letting you guys know where theres another cool instructor.


p.s. My brother in law and I were the only sportbike riders, and we finished the course 1 and 2 with the highest scores!!!!
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Old 01-14-2007, 04:26 PM   #2
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did you guys get trophies, lol?
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did you guys get trophies, lol?

no but we should of!!!!
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Old 01-14-2007, 04:31 PM   #4
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cool, haven't talked w/ Tommy in a while. he owe's me an FBI hat from 1 of our students a few yrs back.....lol
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Old 01-14-2007, 04:40 PM   #5
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cool, haven't talked w/ Tommy in a while. he owe's me an FBI hat from 1 of our students a few yrs back.....lol
yea he was awesome, so was Chuck Barth (he rode the demos), but Tommy also said he had an FZ1 that he did some trackdays with so he wasnt completely a cruiser guy!
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Old 01-14-2007, 04:41 PM   #6
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to ghey your not in the cool group anymore j/k
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Old 01-14-2007, 06:19 PM   #7
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Good to hear it went well! What new things did you learn? I'm curious since you mentioned it; I'll learn vicariously through you. :icon_bigg
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it was friday 6-9pm (classroom) saturday we rode from 7am-1130am then classrom from 12:30ish to 3pm...and sunday (today) was riding from 7am till about 130pm with a riding evaluation test. by far the best thing thats made riding a world of difference...was keeping your head and eyes up and always looking forward, not just to the front of the bike...like on cornering or curves...always look towards the exit and a tad beyond...man did that make taking corners fun...it made me want to hit up twisties...or maybe even a track day.
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to ghey your not in the cool group anymore j/k

lol i never was man! i cant do no bp staggards!!!!:eh:
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Good to hear it went well! What new things did you learn? I'm curious since you mentioned it; I'll learn vicariously through you. :icon_bigg
why not take it yourself?
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congrats,

i was supposed to take mine today / tomorrow @ awesome cycles, but i got hosed at work yet again. Was supposed to be off at 6am, but caught a late call and my relief hadnt shown up yet.

nice way to waste $160 isnt it :eh:
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Old 01-15-2007, 09:05 AM   #14
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congrats,

i was supposed to take mine today / tomorrow @ awesome cycles, but i got hosed at work yet again. Was supposed to be off at 6am, but caught a late call and my relief hadnt shown up yet.

nice way to waste $160 isnt it :eh:
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why not take it yourself?

I suspect I will at some point since the more I hear about it, the better it sounds. When I first logged onto MH, I didn't know it existed--or it was so periphery that it didn't register in Laurieality. Then for several weeks I thought of it as a reflection, or counterpart, to regular defensive driving courses. I've since realized it's a whole different creature and worth time/money. But, until then I'll enjoy any scraps and tidbits of knowledge others throw my way.
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Old 01-15-2007, 04:22 PM   #17
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to ghey your not in the cool group anymore j/k
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Good to hear it went well! What new things did you learn? I'm curious since you mentioned it; I'll learn vicariously through you. :icon_bigg
Considering he's a real noobie...alot of things were knew to him....swerving, shifting thru turns properly....getting off the bike properly..yadda yadda

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Old 01-15-2007, 06:18 PM   #19
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That was the first thing I took before I even thought about buying a bike......glad I did...but dbonezy is right.....alot of things you can learn through MSF before you even get on a bike.....
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yeah i went over a year after buying my bike and riding it everyday before i took msf. still learned alot.
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