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post #9 of (permalink) Old 06-08-2010, 02:23 PM
jthill524
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When I ride I always ride by 3 simple rules:

1. This Bike can & Will turn on Me either Hurt Me or Kill Me -- So Don't Let it.
2. Don't start too or Put Myself into any Dangerous Situations -- Like Weaving through Traffic.
3. All other Drivers are Idiots, They're Not Watching Out for You -- So Watch out for Them....

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Originally Posted by Jocyne View Post
I'm fairly new to the road, 6 months and counting.

So my question is, what's your best safety tip? What helped you out when you first started riding?

I feel like I've learned a lot just from the experience but I'm sure I've got a long way to go before I know more than the average bear! I did take the MSF course, if that counts for anything. :P

JaY



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