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Corsair: Not much to tell

I upgraded the V-Star 950 from a V-Star 250, 48 yrs old, married, 2 girls in college, I ride on the slower side. I do enjoy the 950s git up and go. 3k miles so far this year, looking forward to Spring time riding.
 

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Welcome to the 4M!

And of course you are automatically enrolled into the blue bike club so feel free to add it into your signature. And having a blue bike means it's ready anytime you are to experience "FAST".

I had to re-read your reply, I missed one of the commas so I was thinking you married 2 girls at college.
 

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Good Lord no,

but it does sound interesting.

BTW, I need advice on carrying a passenger on the 950.

My daughter is an experienced passenger(brother-in-law, big Harley), she would like to ride with me, any tips, advice?
Thanks

Welcome to the 4M!

And of course you are automatically enrolled into the blue bike club so feel free to add it into your signature. And having a blue bike means it's ready anytime you are to experience "FAST".

I had to re-read your reply, I missed one of the commas so I was thinking you married 2 girls at college.
 

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but it does sound interesting.

BTW, I need advice on carrying a passenger on the 950.

My daughter is an experienced passenger(brother-in-law, big Harley), she would like to ride with me, any tips, advice?
Thanks
tell her to hang on.



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forget the blue bike club. you're now a member of a much more prestigious club. member of the greatest bike in the history of the world club. welcome.

as for more advice, tell her not to lean into the turns and to just sit straight up no matter what you do.
 

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Welcome to the 4M and the Blue Bike Club. Everyone knows that blue bikes are faster.:D
 
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