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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-30-2012, 02:14 AM Thread Starter
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Hi! I'm a new member here! I am a new rider. I am not confident yet about my riding skills and knowledge of motorcycles, its parts and maintenance that's why I'm here.
I hope I can share my ideas to guys as well!

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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 05-30-2012, 02:43 AM
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Welcome to the forum Jennz. Please tell us some more on yourself; what you ride, where you ride, male/female, what you had for lunch you know stuff like that.

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Glad to have you abord. Enjoy the forum and
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Ride safe take a course if not already done and keep the shiny side up .
Thank you very much! Yes, I'm quite excited to share my experience here but right now my focus is on learning how to ride. I was able to take a short trip around my area but it isn't that great! I am still afraid to do it alone.

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Welcome to the forum! Lots of great information here.

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Ride safe take a course if not already done and keep the shiny side up .
+1 to that. A beginning rider course from MSF is the best way to learn how to ride safely and get comfortable with your bike.

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Welcome. Have fun and ride safe! Most importantly...ride your own ride.

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Glad to have you abord. Enjoy the forum and
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For now, I'm riding a scooter. Since I'm still learning, I choose a bike that I can control or manage..Hopefully after a month when I'm sure about my riding skills I can buy my own ride!

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Hey scooters have two wheels! At least your riding. Enjoy yourself. I give the biker wave to everyone on two wheels. Even the Harley riders!😄


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Thank you very much!

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