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Old 06-04-2008, 09:06 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Basic Riders Course - completed

My wife Rebecca took the class Monday and Tuesday. She said that she had a great time and that she would recommend it to anyone looking to start riding.

Her favorite instructor was David, the guy with the mohawk. She said he's funny, speaks loud and clear and he apparently really likes redbulls.

Her favorite part was doing turns, her least favorite was doing u-turns and weaves.

She was the first to finish the written test and she now has a bell.

Thanks for taking care of her, Awesome Cycles.

I'm so proud of my darlin!
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Excuse my ignorance, but what is a bell? Helmet I assume?
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Excuse my ignorance, but what is a bell? Helmet I assume?
Haven't you seen the Progressive ads about Gremlins?

Gremlin Bells

It's basically a good luck charm for your bike. Old wives tale of course, but still fun.

We give them out for perfect scores on the written test or the riding evaluation.
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Haven't you seen the Progressive ads about Gremlins?

Gremlin Bells

It's basically a good luck charm for your bike. Old wives tale of course, but still fun.

We give them out for perfect scores on the written test or the riding evaluation.
Never saw the commercial. Heck I hardly watch TV at all. Maybe I'll get a bell in my class.
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