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Old April 25th, 2009, 08:37 PM   #6
Icemanii
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he plans on taking a class as well but he wants some practice ona bike that it doesnt matter if he dumps it on grass instead of a shiny new bike meeting concrete...

catch my drift?

i told him he's an idiot for buying one in the first place and not knowing how to ride... hell, ive been riding for over 8 years and i barely trust myself (and all the other dumbasses on the road) on a bike...
The class provides the motorcycle so it doesn't matter if you fall down or not.

70% of all motorcycle accidents the rider was self taught or taught by friends who 'knew' how to ride. No offense intended, but the class takes a rookie from how to get on a motorcycle, to tight figure 8's in a box, to swerving to avoid obstacles.

Just a suggestion on my part to take the class, but it also gives a discount on insurance, and classes cost $25.
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