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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-20-2002, 01:35 PM Thread Starter
 
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Thumbs up Newbie buys a GSXR 750

I pretty much said **** it..

I've never rode before..much less sat on a bike in my life.
I'm 21 years old.. my insurance rates for my 1995 Ford Escort hatchback are around $2000.00 / year... that's without comp/collision.. Yeah.. I know.. I'm pretty aggressive on the roads..

Well.. I was deciding whether to get a new 2003 Ninja 250... like some people suggested, but I pretty much sat my mind on a new '02 GSXR 750 for my first attempt at riding.

I have no license, no MSF Basic course at all.. but I learned at a young age on riding a basic bicycle, so I know for a fact I have the skills to hold my own with you so called big boys..

I'm 6'3", around 140 lbs.. So I pretty much know it should be no problem man handling this bike around throughout the twisties, wheelies, stoppies.. and whatever else comes my way..

So **** it.. **** those Ninja 250's as well

Peace out !!
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Re: Newbie buys a GSXR 750

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I pretty much said **** it..

I've never rode before..much less sat on a bike in my life.
I'm 21 years old.. my insurance rates for my 1995 Ford Escort hatchback are around $2000.00 / year... that's without comp/collision.. Yeah.. I know.. I'm pretty aggressive on the roads..

Well.. I was deciding whether to get a new 2003 Ninja 250... like some people suggested, but I pretty much sat my mind on a new '02 GSXR 750 for my first attempt at riding.

I have no license, no MSF Basic course at all.. but I learned at a young age on riding a basic bicycle, so I know for a fact I have the skills to hold my own with you so called big boys..

I'm 6'3", around 140 lbs.. So I pretty much know it should be no problem man handling this bike around throughout the twisties, wheelies, stoppies.. and whatever else comes my way..

So **** it.. **** those Ninja 250's as well

Peace out !!

A bicycle Not exactly the same. Good Luck!
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post #3 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-20-2002, 01:45 PM
 
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All im gonna say is......

WHERE DO I SEND THE SPONGE? this HAS to be a troll!
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