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· Strat - the Asian edition
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Would suggest you retake the MSF as a refresher course.

2 years without riding, especially since you didn't have previous experience if I'm understanding you correctly, is a long time and IMO you're starting anew.

ride safe, wear your gear, have fun
 

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Thanks for the warm welcome guys.

Was thinking of retaking the MSF, but between buying gear and the potential bike purchase, I'm squeezing my budget a bit.

Believe me though, motorcycling never left my mind during that time. Been researching, getting gear, and reading Proficient Motorcycling. I actually felt really comfortable during my MSF class so I'm hoping that feeling comes rushing back to me when I get the Ninja 250.
 

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Does your budget factor for a possible accident or insurance claim?
It should. Always have that as part of your budget when you have a motorcycle, not just when you start out.

Still really recommend you take the MSF over again.
2 years is a really long time to be off the bike, especially if you've never really ridden before.
 

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Does your budget factor for a possible accident or insurance claim?
It should. Always have that as part of your budget when you have a motorcycle, not just when you start out.

Still really recommend you take the MSF over again.
2 years is a really long time to be off the bike, especially if you've never really ridden before.
Agree with the above! :)
 
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