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Old 08-24-2009, 07:07 PM   #1
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hey guys

so far so good. day 1 was fun, even though i felt about ready to pass out on the range from the heat. trying to figure out if im going to bother with riding my sv to day 2. also, i'd like to ride the tw tomorrow. im not liking the ninja 250 much, ergos and such... or is that changing horses midstream?
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awesome time today. i feel much better now that i have taken the course. maybe i'll be able to do the experienced riding course soon. i really look forward to it.
also, , get this.
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the tw's high seat made control really easy. i think that some of the people in my class that had such a hard time getting it would do better on this

when this falls over on you it's got to be easy to pick up, and might not break an old woman's shoe (lol poor dear and whatnot)
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yeah that dude sucked and didnt have any thrilling stories about people buying cars, like deb did :p

challen was cool to have there. im self taught mostly, but i guess what i have been doing is about the norm for sportbikes. he cut me some slack when i accidentally used 2 fingers to brake or just the front brake
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fukin a. i knew there was something happening there.
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david, did you see the anonymous serveys? did mine stick out enough?
i wanted to get a laugh out of yall. both of yall had me laughing enough at the range every time i got yelled at
srsly though, good times.
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david, did you see the anonymous serveys? did mine stick out enough?
i wanted to get a laugh out of yall. both of yall had me laughing enough at the range every time i got yelled at
srsly though, good times.
No, I won't see them till later in the week. I'm glad you had a good time and hope you picked up a few tips you can use.
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