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  • Mr. Security
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    Doesn't even require helmets. Someone once told me that there are two types of motorcyclists: "Those who have "dumped" (crashed) the bike and those who will"

    Be safe and wear as much safety equipment as you can stand.

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  • Lawson
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    You could live here in Washington where we dont require insurance for motors.

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  • HotelSecurity
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    Just a fact: ALL the first donors of hearts for the early heart transplant operations in Montreal were motorcycle riders.

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  • Eric
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    Originally posted by S/O245
    I would love to learn to ride one someday. A few of my buddies have bikes now. Do any of you own and or ride one ? If so what is a good suggestion for a first time bike (starter) ? Stay Safe All
    I don't know what insurance is like in your area, but I would check with them for quotes on a couple of different models before falling in love with that Harley sportster or touring bike. And decide what your needs are, around town or long distance.
    You also may get a reduction if you take a training course, I see weekend courses all summer near where I work.

    Looks like some States do not require helmets, I would consider full body armour and a helmet just for a bug free ride....but I am wimp for not wanting to spend a month in the hospital.
    Last edited by Eric; 10-18-2006, 07:13 AM.

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  • S/O245
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    Motorcycles

    I would love to learn to ride one someday. A few of my buddies have bikes now. Do any of you own and or ride one ? If so what is a good suggestion for a first time bike (starter) ? Stay Safe All

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