Well I wanted a black and hot pink one...OR purple and hot pink. But THAT is sic man! LOVE IT!Need4Speed750 said:yeah, she's a sweet ride..definately you!! but dont you want a black n purple one or something.. :wink:
CBR Rider said:I think you should consider fur. Fancy paint is all well and good, but think of the soft feel of fur as you scream down the road on your F4... :2cents:
Love the ideas!!!!! I guess Allen is still set on getting a Ninja....but I'm getting my F4i. I already told you I don't want too powerful of a bike because of my inexperience. I should have started riding sooner. :sob: Mid life crisis!! LOLNeed4Speed750 said:plus, u'd be one step closer to the being the next star boy too
Well we plan to take the course....Just to be on the safe side of things. Not only that, but the break on the insurnce will be nice too. Oh he's gonna sign up, just didn't get a chance to yet. He tried to access the forum from work but it was blocked. F*in PHEAA!Need4Speed750 said:
Definitely will do that. My number one priority is safety and riding responsibly. I've got 2 children who need their mother and father.double2000r6 said:Amen to that N4S! Take your MSF course and continue for your entire riding career to take more and more safety and improved riding technique classes - you can never be "too" good and if you start getting cocky I guarantee you that you will put the shiny side down and the cockiness will be very short lived. So to avoid that continous non-stop education and training will help you keep the shiny side up and enjoy the many safe rides. Safety is a quessential partner to motorcycle riding. When you forget that or think you are good that is when you become another statistic. I try to take a class or read a book every year. Safety and proper maintenance should be your number 1 priorties - the rest is all gravy.. Gravy sounds good about now - I have to go its time to chow.. Peace.