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    Nice group of San Diegans ITT.

    Anyways, I had a 1980 Honda CM400 Cafe Racer. I liked it but I had to part ways. It was great riding on the streets and got lots of compliments. On the freeway, it wasn't that fun. Going 55 MPH was about as safe as I felt because it felt as the bike was not heavy enough to keep up with the blow of the air. Sold it several years ago and now I'm looking for a Harley. When I buy one, I'll post a pic of it.
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    Between COVID, Business and Family haven't had much time these days. Finally got the bike out today. I have one bike with a bad battery, I got chase down. Probably just have to break down and buy the battery.

    The other one I finally got to start, and managed to steal forty five minutes for a quick ride in the sunshine. Feels good mane...
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    Originally Posted by eternalone423 View Post
    Hey guys,

    Picked up my first bike yesterday. I'm new to riding. I grabbed A 2013 CBR 250r in all black. Loving the bike so far even thought I'm still getting stuff together to get my endorsement. What you guys think for a new rider?

    Nice man! I myself just bought a 2018 Cbr300r. The black/red combo. I just want something to cruise some back roads on the weekends on. Probably won't ride much during the week since I usually stay home until time for work (night shift).

    Took the msf course last year so it's been a while and need to practice a lot. Mainly slow speed maneuvers and I need to find a fast way to show gate guards my id to get on base. Annoying as phuk because they have to scan them.

    Any riders here in the Va Beach area?
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    Got in my first crash (collision) a few weeks ago. Hit the side of a car turning in front of me (multi lane rotary) bounced off them before slamming into the road. Other than bashing my head into the pavement, which caused zero discernable damage (thanks shoei!), got a skinned knee, a bit of internal pain on my ribs but no broken bones, and a 3 inch laceration on my elbow (through the elbow pad, who knows how bad it would've been without). All in all not bad all things considered.

    My crash bars took 99% of the damage, living up to their name. My front brake handle was screwy and the brakes wouldn't apply correctly. My insurances policy is to replace anything that got damaged, even if miniscule, so they're replacing the entire exhaust which got scraped up (though maybe it was more seriously damaged, couldn't tell before they towed it), crash bars (which were heavily scraped and slightly bent but still functional I thought), and all the other bits and bobs. Let's just say the total cost is more than half of what I paid for the bike, but my deductible is relatively tiny. Based on what I saw immediately after, I would've only replaced the brake lever, but hey, I aint going to complain. They're replacing things that were already scuffed when up when I bought it (slightly used) so uh...go right ahead. They're even replacing my 3rd part crash bars with suzukis official ones, which I actually kinda would've preferred so...all good!

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    Wear a helmet, wear gear, have insurance.
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    Ducati XDiavel S




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