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  • Hi New Members!

    To all the new members that have signed up in the past few months, howdy! I've seen several jump out into the community and start firing out questions, comments, and sharing experiences. Just wanted to say thanks! You all are the reason we are here, and you are all part of our community, one that is dedicated to riders around the world; and that is something to be proud of. You've taken a large step towards ensuring your longevity on the road and we're truly glad that you're here.

    Enjoy your time here; our seasoned members are always willing to share their experience with you.
    Rain Rain Go Away,
    So I can ride another day.
    Remember when sex was safe, and motorcycles were dangerous?


    Current Bikes:
    2006 Kawasaki Concours///COG#:11628
    2006 Honda Goldwing 1800///GWRRA#:398646

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    Yeah what he said. Seriously, just like he said.
    I never knew why a dog would stick its head out the car window until I took my first ride on a motorcycle.
    • 2016 Indian Springfield - Indian Red cause it has to be Indian Red.
    • 2007 VTX 1300C - The X has moved on to a new home. Unlike most, I will miss my X.
    • 1981 KZ 1000 CSR SOLD - Was a great bike for sure but I had to move on
    • 2010 Chrysler 300C 5.7L Gotta have that HEMI

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    • #3
      +1 to Greg (would that be +2 to dboogie?)

      I learn just as much from the new members as I do from the 'veterans'. Thank you all for keeping me safe. I'll do the same for you [hangs to fingers out]
      Red 2008 Honda ST1300
      I use billion dollar satellites to find Tupperware in the woods.
      Sometimes the road less traveled... is less traveled for a reason

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      • #4
        No, thank you guys. Since last monday when I signed up, Ive already learned valuable lessons that have kept me alot safer. (tire pressure and counter steering) Since I dont know anyone who rides, this board is a valuable resource for me. Im glad this site is here.
        Mikey
        1985 550 Seca, cafe.
        1982 vf750 sabre v45 "mad moxie" RIP
        ________________________________________

        Bis vivit qui bene vivit - He lives twice who lives well

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        • #5
          Well if we can teach just one potential rider something, the site is a success. Good to see that we're hitting home with more than just one.
          Sent from your mom's phone
          "If I wanted a windshield and tunes, I'd drive my car."
          Ride Safe, Chop Safer
          "Unofficial Beginner Bike Chop Shop"
          "Motorcycles are not unsafe. However, they are extremely unforgiving of inattention, incompetence, ignorance, and stupidity."
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          • #6
            Hello all! My name is Kim and I live and ride in SoCal. I've been riding about 6 months and am always looking for more information! Look forward to meeting all of you on the board.
            You can't fix stupid. Stupid is forever.

            :biker: 2006 Silver :ninja: 650R

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            • #7
              Welcome mherlee! Didnt I see your name on the ninja650 board?
              Glad you found us!
              CURRENT BIKES: 2014 Suzuki Wee Strom, 2016 Honda CBR500R
              PREVIOUS BIKES: 2002 Ninja 500, 2002 Kawi ZR-7S, 2002 Kawi Concours, 2003 Yamaha XT225, 2006 Yamaha FZ6, 2005 Suzuki Wee Strom, 2004 Honda CRF250R, Yamaha TTR250
              Test riding bikes since 2004.
              If loud pipes save lives, imagine what learning to RIDE that thing will do!
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              • #8
                You betcha! That one and forumriders.com I hang out at but always like to add more forums to my day. So wonderful that we have a community to share information!

                You can't fix stupid. Stupid is forever.

                :biker: 2006 Silver :ninja: 650R

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                • #9
                  Welcome to my other Partner in crime! Missy, Chrystal, Lil_bear and all the others in the ladies forum being in that llist! LOL
                  Darlene The Goddess

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                  • #10
                    Shhhhh. No one saw anything so no crimes were committed... Hello all! I look forward to many crim....I mean chats
                    You can't fix stupid. Stupid is forever.

                    :biker: 2006 Silver :ninja: 650R

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                    • #11
                      Howdy! From one wee rider in the Seattle area, thank you for an entertaining and informative website.

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                      • #12
                        Welcome Junior! Lots of great people here, enjoy!
                        2005 Yamaha Majesty & 1987 Honda CBX250-Hers
                        1989 Honda GB500, 1982 Yamaha RD350LC, 1984 Honda CX650E & 2002 Kawasaki W650-His
                        2008 Honda GL1800 Goldwing-Ours, 2-up

                        "Catnuts! Get A Thong On Your Chicken!"-Bugguts, March 2006...

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                        • #13
                          Greetings from Colorado....

                          I've been riding for a while but I believe you can never learn it all.

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                          • #14
                            This sight is quite good. I can honestly say that I was able to put some advise to practical use on my first ever ride based on a thread from this board. Probably saved me my first crash and what was worse, it would have been a crash into my own parked car...

                            Anyhow, pretty neat community and thanks for the tip-off on this site Greg!

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                            • #15
                              Lots of good advice on this site! Welcome to all the new members!
                              Originally posted by bikebitsmall
                              64 is not old, we have one poster here at 110
                              Originally posted by CaptCrash
                              A body not rattling was a body unsure.

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