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  • Zaroku
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    Originally posted by Rockybigblower View Post
    Make sure you get a decent set of leathers.

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    Looks like guys who **** men in the Castro district!

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  • Rockybigblower
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    Make sure you get a decent set of leathers.

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  • Zaroku
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    Originally posted by Sweet Pea 5O View Post

    Baby steps, mano.

    I've owned a car that trapped 135+.

    3,650-3700 pounds.

    Mistake in that, I might walk away.

    Bike, I'm deader than a bug hitting the windshield.
    Exactly…
    after my primitive got harpooned by a Korean hoe and my buddy Jeff lake berryessa Napa

    I stopped riding

    when you drive on highway 5 buggs hit your windshield and you need a pressure washer to get them off.

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  • Sweet Pea 5O
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    Originally posted by Zaroku View Post
    Go all in Hayabusa jap bikes go fast make chp chase you

    i miss my bike

    kawasaki

    in collage I had a gpz 750

    that bike jumped
    Baby steps, mano.

    I've owned a car that trapped 135+.

    3,650-3700 pounds.

    Mistake in that, I might walk away.

    Bike, I'm deader than a bug hitting the windshield.

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  • Zaroku
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    Go all in Hayabusa jap bikes go fast make chp chase you

    i miss my bike

    kawasaki

    in collage I had a gpz 750

    that bike jumped

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  • Sweet Pea 5O
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    Originally posted by -MEGA- View Post
    Had a gsxr 1000 for a bit. It was lots of fun. Wear full gear.
    My "plan" is to learn on this bike, and eventually get into a Gixxer 600.

    I'm a short shit, and the Suzuki's seem to be easier for vertically challenged people when it comes to Super Sport bikes.

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  • Sweet Pea 5O
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    Originally posted by jaded View Post

    I'm guessing that, given your enthusiasm for fast cars, that it's going to carry over here and get you in trouble. I rode them when I was young and gave it up in my forties. It's a terrible hobby for the mid-aged and older guy to get into (I call it the midlife crises rider). I know a guy who became disable from an accident he had during his riding school training when he was 44 years old. Your vision and reflexes start to go, and there are many things about riding a motorcycle that you won't know about. My advice is, don't buy it.
    I hear you, and appreciate your advice, j.

    I figure that I'm not getting younger, and if I'm going to learn, better to do it on a smaller displacement, smaller bike. At least I'm not starting on a liter bike, lol.

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  • 2shameless
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    Good bike to start with and learn on. Handling and fuel economy is awesome and it won't be to difficult to pick it up if you drop it. Try to wear boots, jeans, jacket, gloves and a helmet always and always be hyper sensitive to idiots on the road. Good luck.

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  • 4truth
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    Originally posted by Zaroku View Post

    Bike riders only need to worry about are ****ty car drivers

    in LA when I was driving commuting I’d always give bike dudes a protected zone

    I got a GPZ 1987 bike ready for me to ride once I get home..

    my cousin mike has a lot of bikes.
    two Hayabusa
    The GPZ-750 was one of those bikes I wanted but never got. Back in the 70’s I rode a Suzuki GT750, a water cooled 2 stroke triple. After that I mostly rode enduros, even had a Ducati that was an on/off road type.

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  • markusmod
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    Always scared to get on one since watching a buddy have a severe accident when I was a teen

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