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Old 01-02-2009, 10:56 AM   #1
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Almost home, trying something new

Well My name is Kaleb, friends call me Kay. I am new to the site and motorcycles in general so I don't know too much about this sort of thing. I am Deployed in Afghanistan currently, but i am set to go home in a couple of monthes, and when that happens I am going to buy my first bike. I have pretty much already picked it out, it's the SV650, It came recommended by my moms friend Who is also a member of this site and he seems to know alot about bikes ( He recommeded I come here). Lets see... I am 20 Years old, I am a PFC in the U.S Army, and the Army has pretty much been my life for the past couple of years.

well Idk what else to say

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It came recommended by my moms friend Who is also a member of this site and he seems to know alot about bikes ( He recommeded I come here).

Hi!, and Happy new year

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Did he also tell you to use a pic of yourself with no shirt on?
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First, thank you for the service you provide for this country. My hat goes off to you.

Second, hit us up when you get back and we'll work you into the addiction. Remember patience wont cause you to ride over your abilities and prolong ur life expectancy.
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"Kawasaki Ninja 650-R. Ditch the SV650 thoughts and don't listen to Omega"

I will consider it i guess, Still have plenty of time to pick out a bike that "sings" to me

"There's an important bit of info you didn't mention; do you like cats? "

Haha, YES!

"Did he also tell you to use a pic of yourself with no shirt on?"

Not at all, I just wanted to make it obvious that I don't know how to dress myself.

"Have you spent any time in Alaska?"

Nope, just kentucky, Tennessee and Afghanistan. Being born in texas, living in alaska as cold as it gets there might kill me ^_^

Hope i answered everyones questions? internet here is slow so it would take me forever to individually message you all >_< sorry.
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Old 01-02-2009, 03:20 PM   #16
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clarksville, on the border of tennesse and kentucky on fort campbell.
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Second, hit us up when you get back and we'll work you into the addiction. Remember patience wont cause you to ride over your abilities and prolong ur life expectancy.
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