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Guess I got a bit ahead of myself and need to post a proper intro. :D

New to riding here in Virginia, got a wild hair and decided to take one of the MSF riding courses to learn how and see if I would even like. Love at first ride!
My JP is my first bike bought it and put 3500 miles on it over the summer, cannot get enough! I will have many questions for those of you more experienced than I. I really can't say enough about much I love Victory and how lucky I feel that I feel into it as my first bike. I have lots of Harley friends who grumble about their bikes all the time and really don't ride near as much as I do.

See You All Around! cheers
 

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Welcome aboard!

I took the MSF course in April 2006 baught Porti in May 2006 and have almost 30k on her. I had about 1 hour of riding time my whole life before taking the course.

It may not seem like much but she has been non operational for 29 months due to customizing!!

She is my first bike and my learner bike.
 

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A funny thing happened on my way to the forum...

Welcome aboard!

I took the MSF course in April 2006 baught Porti in May 2006 and have almost 30k on her. I had about 1 hour of riding time my whole life before taking the course.

It may not seem like much but she has been non operational for 29 months due to customizing!!

She is my first bike and my learner bike.
I actually took the BRC twice. They offered it on base for free, but I didn't find out till later that since I didn't have to pay for it the great state of Virginia won't give you your endorsement unless you pay for the course. There was no way to pass the driving test with a victory, might have been worth it to rent a scooter, but I really enjoyed taking it the second time. Learned a lot from it.
 
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