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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 01-24-2002, 02:04 AM Thread Starter
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Hey..
Just wanted to drop a line and say hello.
I plan on going through the msf course in march and buying a ninja 600r shortly after that.
I have been racing mustangs since 98 and am sponsered for my 99GT. Time to get into bikes....lol

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Hi Susan!

Welcome to the "club!"

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Hey Susan ... Welcome aboard!! Another lady rider!!! Yessssss!!!!!
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Alright, another one!

Welcome to SBW. I invite you to join some of us on chat on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. For the east coast people, we start about 9:00 and then the west coast people show up about 10:00 (our time).

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Glad to have another woman on the board!! Welcome to SBW. We are slowly taking over. Pretty soon the testosterone will have to answer to us!

Take care, ride safe and have fun at the MSF.
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thanxs for the warm welcome

I just went out today with my friend who has a ninja1100...whoa..that bike is insane..it was freezing on teh back of that bike..

i plan on going out next week to look for one...

have you guys taken the msf course?

ill have to chat with you girls one night

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I took the course and that is how I got my license. I had never driven a bike before I took the course and I thought it was excellent. Do it!!
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Hey there,

Yes, I highly recommend the MSF course. I had my license but after 12 years with no motorcycle I thought it wise to take the course and refresh. It was fun, watching the BIG guys and the little bikes, some thought it was easy and the other panic. LOL.
A few women in my class did okay, one kept dropping the bike and finally called it quits, she admitted to not being ready. Some are and some aren't.

I was out on sunday. What a wonderful day, 156 miles. Wrists and neck muscles are letting me know they are still there and want to go again. It sounds like the temps are going to drop though. It will be warm again soon, and I will be ready.

What part of NJ are you? I am in Harford County, MD.

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Hey there,

Yes, I highly recommend the MSF course. I had my license but after 12 years with no motorcycle I thought it wise to take the course and refresh. It was fun, watching the BIG guys and the little bikes, some thought it was easy and the other panic. LOL.
A few women in my class did okay, one kept dropping the bike and finally called it quits, she admitted to not being ready. Some are and some aren't.

I was out on sunday. What a wonderful day, 156 miles. Wrists and neck muscles are letting me know they are still there and want to go again. It sounds like the temps are going to drop though. It will be warm again soon, and I will be ready.

What part of NJ are you? I am in Harford County, MD.
i am from central new jersey..right smack in the middle..when the weather gets nice maybe we can all meet up

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Definitely take the MSF course! I became not only a better rider, but a better driver after that class. It's worth every penny!

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