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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 06-30-2013, 04:23 PM Thread Starter
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I'm so stoked. Aced the course, now I can go to DMV tomorrow , get my license and ride whenever I want. I waited 25 yrs for my wife to give permission, so this means more to me than most of you understand.

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Congrats man, have fun and ride safe!

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I'm so stoked. Aced the course, now I can go to DMV tomorrow , get my license and ride whenever I want. I waited 25 yrs for my wife to give permission, so this means more to me than most of you understand.
Stay stoked my friend...the best is yet to come!




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Congrats, I still remember that awesome day when I got my license and was able to go on my first ride. I still get that same feeling at the start of every ride. You'll see what I mean.

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Great course. Ride safe, practice have fun

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Congratulations.
Practice your maneuvers. Remember, everything out there, including yourself, given the opportunity, will kill you.
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Congrats, man!! I understand entirely. It took my a little over 10 years to warm my lady up to it. I've been riding since 2006. Definitely keep practicing those maneuvers and especially the quick stops. I can't tell you how many times that training and all other subsequent training I've done has saved my hyde.
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Congrats and always expect the unexpected.
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You are doing it right so far. Practice everything they taught and then later, take an advance course of some kind. I took Reg Pridmore's CLASS when he brought it to Portland International Raceway. There were 3 or 4 levels and you can choose the one you are most comfortable with. I learned a ton of info and skills that day in the best venue I could think of. Money well spent.

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