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i probably shouldn't even be on a gsxr forum at this stage in my riding career, lol but i'm a big fan.

i've only ridden a bike ONCE so far, but will be picking one up in the near future. it will probably be a newer ninja 250. i'm not ready for what i REALLY want (gsxr 600) but i'll be here, asking questions, and learning stuff from you guys.

i'm actually going to get my permit later today, and gonna ride again with an instructor, who'll shortly be setting up a road test for me. it's impossible for me to practice on a friend's bike, simply because none of my friends have bikes.

anyways, have fun out there! i definitely will.
 

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thanks for the welcome, guys!

i'm actually gonna take the MSF course in the bronx in may, they said if i pass they'll waive the road test. that'll save some money, so i don't have to pay $150 to take it... thus MSF only costing me $200.

any tips i should know before doing it? thanks in advance!
 

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thanks for the welcome, guys!

i'm actually gonna take the MSF course in the bronx in may, they said if i pass they'll waive the road test. that'll save some money, so i don't have to pay $150 to take it... thus MSF only costing me $200.

any tips i should know before doing it? thanks in advance!
Welcome! I'm from NYC. What part are you from? Definetly take the MSF I took it as well in the same spot you're going to take it.
It's the best thing I did. Plus I hate to deal with the city BS.

Best of luck! Let me know if you have any questions.
 

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thanks for the welcome, guys!

i'm actually gonna take the MSF course in the bronx in may, they said if i pass they'll waive the road test. that'll save some money, so i don't have to pay $150 to take it... thus MSF only costing me $200.

any tips i should know before doing it? thanks in advance!
Ohh tips before taking the MSF. Ride as much as you can it will make it easier for you. Try not to ride alone though, try to ride with other responsible riders it will make your learning experience much much better. Then once you're taking the MSF you'll be more comfortable with the little 250's they teach you in.
 

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Its possible yes, but is the friend willing. Im not sure I would let my friend ride my bike knowing hes jus learning. My 2 cents. Welcome to this site, and good luck with your permit
 
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