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Hi, new guy....

Hi, after lurking on these pages for a few days, i decided to join up. I just got a 1996 vulcan. I havent rode much, since dirt bikes as a kid.
heres to keeping the rubber side down.

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Rubber side down, shiny side up. Welcome to the forum!

If you have not ridden in years you might want to take a motorcycle safety foundation class. Msf-usa.org a penny of prevention is worth a dollar of cure.

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In most states the course, upon successful completion, grants you the ability to get a motorcycle license without any further testing. If your motorcycle endorsement has lapsed, this is a good way to get it back on your license.

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In most states the course, upon successful completion, grants you the ability to get a motorcycle license without any further testing. If your motorcycle endorsement has lapsed, this is a good way to get it back on your license.
So your licence entitlement runs out over there does it??, over here once you have taken your motorcycle test you have a licence for life.
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So your licence entitlement runs out over there does it??, over here once you have taken your motorcycle test you have a licence for life.
Ours doesn't on the state I live in either if you pay the extra 2 bucks a year when you renew your drivers license.It has cost me another 60 bucks over the period of thirty years.I wouldn't go through all that mess again for 60 bucks.And before I forget ,welcome, to the new guy!!




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heres to keeping the rubber side down.
FWIW, I hope this doesn't include the rubber footpegs or handle grips either!

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Ours doesn't on the state I live in either if you pay the extra 2 bucks a year when you renew your drivers license.It has cost me another 60 bucks over the period of thirty years.I wouldn't go through all that mess again for 60 bucks.And before I forget ,welcome, to the new guy!!
You have to renew every year
we only renew at the age of 70 and it is every 2 years after that free of charge.
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