Haha, well said. Thanks for the advise.Take the MSF beginners course, you get your license in 3 days, it costs about $250, which will pay for itself the 1st time you don't drop the bike.
The 2nd, 3rd, 4th... time you don't drop your bike is all frosting on the cake.
Seriously, I took the class 5 years ago, and after 27,000 miles on my VS 650 it has saved me many times.
Welcome from Florida! You got yourself a real purrdy bike there. I would definitely recommend taking the course as was suggested. I started out on the 650 version of this bike and fell in love from the beginning. Yamaha has stolen my heart and won't give it back. The shaft drive is nice and lower maintenance than belt or chain. I was originally looking to upgrade to the 1100 from my 650 just for the extra power I desired. I ended up finding a Road Star 1600 and it is another great bike. Yamaha makes a solid bike and the 2 that I have are a blast to ride. You're gonna love the bike.I just inherited this motorcycle and just trying to find out more about it. Thanks in advance.
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