Sweet. No life insurance needed, just be safe and smart, and take it to the track to go fast. I've had stupid cage drivers come so close to hitting me way to many times.
Not sure how long you've been riding, but a bike is much more than a toy. You must respect it.
Anyway, have fun! And remember to always wear your gear.
The CBR just doesn't fit in without a turbo... so sad...
Have fun with that though man. The F4i is one of my favourite bikes, faster than anyone needs, but comfortable enough (if you're young anyway!) to take on semi-long trips. Honda builds great cars, and better motorcycles, you'll enjoy it I'm sure.
ive got nothing but respect for the bike. This is my 1st one no exp but everyone starts somwhere. already got helm and gloves need a jacket and i wont ride on the street till i get one. I refuse to be a stat
Don't cry too much the first time drop that thing!!
Just playin, but its true. Everyone goes down sometime. Also, I'd suggest a MSF course if you are just starting out. They will teach you good habits and help you get comfortable on a bike.
Write out a will now so your CRX has a good home to go to. :lol: Seriously though, nice bike! Have fun with that...but not *too* much fun. Oh, and don't armorall the tires and go around corners, k? :wink:
Not sure where you are from, but ya, they should have a course near you. Its like 200 or 300 bucks for 2 full days. THey will teach you essentials if yuo've never ridden before.
Sorry to harp so much, I've just heard so many stories of people who didn't know what they were doing crash and die within a few miles of even leaving the dealership. You seem pretty easy going so you'll probably adapt just fine.
And that is a fine machine that you've got there. Once I'm done learning, and thrashing my zx6r, i'll probably get a new honda too!
I think it was around 200 when i did it. But i don't rightly remember. i did get some sort of discount though because I was under 21 back then.
Either way, 100 bucks or 200 bucks, its a good investment.
Tom, when I was up in Laconia last weekend I couldn't belive all the people riding around with no helmet and no gear. it was exceedingly hot, but I'd rather be sweaty and alive, than cool and die.
My buddy and I were even approached by the Coors girls to take them back to their bungalo. Why? Probably because we looked the safest since wew ere the only ones wearing helmets and jackets.
oh man after reading this post i just fell in love with motorbikes. i always said i could never have one because i'd end up dead on the way home from the dealership. but now i've decided i want a cbr600rr.
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