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Old 03-24-2015, 02:17 PM   #21
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Lol, I can't even imagine why someone would want to ride a 'nice' bike at MSF. Who cares what you look like. Is she trying to pick up doods from the class?

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Old 03-26-2015, 01:42 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by rhenriksen View Post
LOL, good call.

I signed my gf up for the SBISD class that was held last weekend. She got stuck on a 125cc cruiser (I hate the ergonomics of a cruiser, you've got much better control in a standard riding position). Her legs are almost as long as mine, she could have easily ridden the Suzuki SU-250. They had two brand-new SU-250s, but you're right - they only brought out one of those for the OG who'd been riding a long time.

She had a great time, passed by a healthy margin, and didn't drop her bike once last weekend, or put her foot down in the box. I wish the instructor would go on a word diet, though. He was a really, really nice guy but one of those people who don't get the concept of 'less is more'. Never use three words when three thousand will do...

My Euro-snob friend & his gf didn't make it out for her to get her certificate. They missed the Saturday rain, at least. Sunday was gorgeous; I spent most of the morning sweeping out the huge puddles left on the range from Saturday.
I'm betting his name was "Dave". Great guy though.
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