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Old 10-09-2005, 04:09 PM   #21
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Old 10-10-2005, 05:02 AM   #22
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Just took the course Thursday and Friday. Challen was the lead instructor, he did an "awesome" job at teaching me the basics of riding. I now know to look where I want to end up in a turn. SLPR FINE-C T-CLOCS I still want that DVD

I saved 50 bucks off my insurance by taking the course and calling up Geico.
I recommended atleast 4 people so far to take the course , it's very informative for a beginner. I'm looking forward to taking the advanced course after I practice for a few months.

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Old 10-10-2005, 04:07 PM   #23
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Just took the course Thursday and Friday. Challen was the lead instructor, he did an "awesome" job at teaching me the basics of riding. I now know to look where I want to end up in a turn. SLPR FINE-C T-CLOCS I still want that DVD

I saved 50 bucks off my insurance by taking the course and calling up Geico.
I recommended atleast 4 people so far to take the course , it's very informative for a beginner. I'm looking forward to taking the advanced course after I practice for a few months.

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Old 10-10-2005, 10:16 PM   #24
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Just took the course Thursday and Friday. Challen was the lead instructor, he did an "awesome" job at teaching me the basics of riding. I now know to look where I want to end up in a turn. SLPR FINE-C T-CLOCS I still want that DVD

I saved 50 bucks off my insurance by taking the course and calling up Geico.
I recommended atleast 4 people so far to take the course , it's very informative for a beginner. I'm looking forward to taking the advanced course after I practice for a few months.

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50 bucks a month or year or what...
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Old 10-12-2005, 07:36 PM   #25
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50 bucks a month or year or what...
yeah $50 a year. Total is ~340 now for liability. Full coverage for one year is more than what i spent on the bike.

I got the J restriction taken off of my DL yesterday
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thats not even worth my time its like 1200 for me a year
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thats not even worth my time its like 1200 for me a year
well 90% of dead motorcyclist were either self taught or taught by friends and family, YOU?

OTOH, dirtbikers who took to the streets on avg. were less likely to get into accidents vs street bikers who started on the streets

the again, peeps 16-30y.o. are the highest % of deaths on motorcycles..........
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Old 10-14-2005, 04:15 PM   #28
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O i know that already man and i think i am a good rider and will take the class in due time (hopefully i wont die first) I was just staying that the little bit of money was not a good reason to take the class that is all....

All noob squids take the class and live past 30
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