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|04-02-2018 02:55 PM|
|Goofyfoot2001||55 here and holy crap, the only reason I even come in to work is to ride there.|
|04-02-2018 03:16 AM|
|Paulywog||Welcome. Lots of info here,and a great group willing to help. Mass.... I'm down 395 in eastern CT. Perhaps we can meet up.. good luck,have fun with your new ride.|
|04-01-2018 10:38 PM|
|Birdhunter02||Welcome. Your never to young or old to ride. I'm 59 and can't think of a better way to have fun. Lot's to learn here about your bike and a lot of help from the locals. As already mentioned, take the course asap. You'll feel more confident and safer. Enjoy your time here.|
|04-01-2018 08:57 PM|
|Thorn||Welcome aboard, and congratulations!|
|04-01-2018 06:08 PM|
Thanx for that info !
I will definitely check into that safety course.
|04-01-2018 05:22 PM|
|flitecontrol||Welcome, youngster. You would probably benefit from the Motorcycle Safety Foundation introductory rider course. They are offered in every state, I believe. Even riders with several years experience have said they learned things in the course. Self, friend/relative taught riders have more accidents than those who receive professional training.|
|04-01-2018 11:49 AM|
Maybe they ended the five post requirement.
Looks good, and you already have saddlebag supports and turn signal relocate brackets. The brackets are getting harder to find.
|04-01-2018 11:32 AM|
|tinnockker||There she be 👻|
|04-01-2018 11:30 AM|
Sweet, didn’t know that 😃
|04-01-2018 11:21 AM|
Welcome to the machine!
I think you need five posts before you'll be able to post pics, so just make four more in this thread.
2003, same year as mine. The best year, has an extra 50hp over other years. And today's date is April 1.
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