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Old 12-20-2009, 07:24 PM   #1
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12/19 and 12/20

Just finished my MSF with Awesome Cycles. Thumbs up to Mike and David, they were great!!

I dropped the bike on the second day, entirely my fault, and luckily only had a bruised knee and a slightly spranged wrist. Despite my slight injuries I was able to finish the class.

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i dropped my bike at awesome cycles too, its part of the learning process and at least thats what those bikes are there for. congrats on the MSF. worth every penny IMO.
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I have to chuckle at these posts, David, Debbie, Mike, and Louie are great people to learn from and make it easier.

Challen may not recognize me on the boards here but I got some really interesting pictures on what a dropped bike can do to a 100lb smart . And I can say smart because she's not on these forums

I am glad that you were not seriously hurt, and remember to buy a used bike as your first bike because something tells me this isn't going to be the first time you drop a bike. Protect your noggin, invest in some gear, and for heavens sake, learns from your drops. what you were doing, why you dropped it, and remember to put your LEGS DOWN.
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I took my MSF class with them as well. Great bunch of people and I learned a lot, and I had been riding for about 20 years already.
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Old 01-18-2010, 01:38 PM   #5
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I took my MSF class with them as well. Great bunch of people and I learned a lot, and I had been riding for about 20 years already.
NO, I took my class from Awesome Cycles, been very happy and even thinking about going back with the 100lb wife decides she is ready to try again. I would love to go to one of the more experienced riders classes that they offer. Just waiting on the weather to lighten up some, because, my class we learned and rode in the rain and it was miserable being wet, and thrilling at the same time.

I wont be worried about riding in the wain if I have to; I just try to avoid riding beyond my abilities and comfort zone.
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I would love to go to one of the more experienced riders classes that they offer.
ERC on January 27 and I've heard there will even be a couple of Instructors taking the class.
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ERC on January 27 and I've heard there will even be a couple of Instructors taking the class.
Great, let me check my schedule. What time? 7PM
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I have to chuckle at these posts, David, Debbie, Mike, and Louie are great people to learn from and make it easier.

Challen may not recognize me on the boards here but I got some really interesting pictures on what a dropped bike can do to a 100lb smart . And I can say smart because she's not on these forums

I am glad that you were not seriously hurt, and remember to buy a used bike as your first bike because something tells me this isn't going to be the first time you drop a bike. Protect your noggin, invest in some gear, and for heavens sake, learns from your drops. what you were doing, why you dropped it, and remember to put your LEGS DOWN.




Dear FENROUS----your 100lb smartass is NOW on....so i'd pretty much watch what u say now.......
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I have to chuckle at these posts, David, Debbie, Mike, and Louie are great people to learn from and make it easier.

Challen may not recognize me on the boards here but I got some really interesting pictures on what a dropped bike can do to a 100lb smart . And I can say smart because she's not on these forums

I am glad that you were not seriously hurt, and remember to buy a used bike as your first bike because something tells me this isn't going to be the first time you drop a bike. Protect your noggin, invest in some gear, and for heavens sake, learns from your drops. what you were doing, why you dropped it, and remember to put your LEGS DOWN.




Dear FENROUS----your 100lb smartass is NOW on....so i'd pretty much watch what u say now.......
Oh chit.......... I know who you are.......
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Oh chit.......... I know who you are.......
Well it looks like we both are busted now. IT is true though, she doesn't even bother introducing herself in the intro forum, just Hey Fen 100lbs smart , and Challen coming to your class.

Guess we know whom is watching the kids that weekend........
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