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    My daughter had been asking for a while if she could get her Motorcycle license
    Well she passed the state riding course with a 97 on the written and perfect score on the riding test. She's not out on the street yet with a track day for beginners coming up soon and much practicing with dad.
    I bought her a Suzuki bandit 400 and new Dianese leathers held gloves Oxtar boots and Scorpion helmet.....she's styling eh.
    Mr. Wog
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    Some people are like slinky's...good for nothing but still fun when tossed down the stairs.

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    Re: New rider

    Cool my oldest girl wants a bike to. Maybe xmas. She is tired of watching mom and dad ride around. But she's only 5. Prob get her a 50cc dirt bike

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    • #3
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      Hey Mudduck, get her one of the pocket rockets: http://www.minipocketrockets.com/ , I was thinking of getting one for my 10 yr. old daughter.

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      • #4
        Re: New rider

        Originally posted by Thewogster View Post
        My daughter had been asking for a while if she could get her Motorcycle license
        Well she passed the state riding course with a 97 on the written and perfect score on the riding test. She's not out on the street yet with a track day for beginners coming up soon and much practicing with dad.
        I bought her a Suzuki bandit 400 and new Dianese leathers held gloves Oxtar boots and Scorpion helmet.....she's styling eh.
        Mr. Wog

        Yup, she's stylin'. Have fun when you get ridin' on the roads with her.

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        • #5
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          I figure some more practice with me and after her track day, we'll see how it goes on the road.
          The track days are ending soon around NH. but I will sign her up in the spring for a bunch of them.
          Some people are like slinky's...good for nothing but still fun when tossed down the stairs.

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          • #6
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            www.fishtailridingschool.com

            I know the guy that runs it. Very friendly guy(and formerly an F16 fighter pilot). Attending one next week on the 8th. I think there are still some spaces available.
            Last edited by LiononaLeash; 09-03-2010, 10:55 AM.
            TL1000R: For those who like to drive high speed tanks

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            • #7
              Re: New rider

              Great start for the girl Good job.

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              Those pocket rockets have no suspension I think and are rigid. They are a pig to ride and I wouldn't recommend one to anyone, especially for a kid's 1st bike. Try riding one yourself before you buy one for someone else.
              "I spent most of my money on Scotch, women and cigarettes. The rest I just wasted"

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              • #8
                Re: New rider

                Nice to see some encouragement going out to young people. keep safe and enjoy : )
                if its not broken MOD it

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                • #9
                  Re: New rider

                  She looks like a million bucks Keep up the encouragement and wise training. She'll probably ride for a lifetime.
                  Run over on: '98 TL1000S
                  Riding: '98 TL1000R fighter
                  Drooling over: '02 TL1000R

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                  • #10
                    Re: New rider

                    Originally posted by LiononaLeash View Post
                    www.fishtailridingschool.com

                    I know the guy that runs it. Very friendly guy(and formerly an F16 fighter pilot). Attending one next week on the 8th. I think there are still some spaces available.
                    I think she is signed up for (3) Fishtail days as of now. I did one in '08 and lived it. Very well run track day!

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                    • #11
                      Re: New rider

                      Originally posted by Thewogster View Post
                      My daughter had been asking for a while if she could get her Motorcycle license
                      Well she passed the state riding course with a 97 on the written and perfect score on the riding test. She's not out on the street yet with a track day for beginners coming up soon and much practicing with dad.
                      I bought her a Suzuki bandit 400 and new Dianese leathers held gloves Oxtar boots and Scorpion helmet.....she's styling eh.
                      Mr. Wog
                      Oh yeah, she is stylin' Paul!

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