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Originally posted by CdnNinjaZX6R

Welcome to the board, good idea on getting an older bike to learn on. They dont "hurt" so much if you drop it and scratch it up.

I bought an 86 gixxer to learn on, then got my Kawi later that year.

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cool thanks youre a nice mod
i like canadians

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Hellllooo.
I'm 21, and i just bought my first bike 2 days ago. I haven't learned how to ride yet, so I bought an old bike (97) to learn on. Its in good working condition but could use a lot of bodywork. I won't worry about that until after I've been riding for a little while though. Then I'm not sure if I will sell it and get an 03 (it actually may be 2004 by then though lol) or if I'll just work on the one I've got (maybe the latter since I own it). Anywayssss thats a lil bout me...[xx(]

holla

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Welcome. I ride a 96, I think I'm still a rookie and I've been riding for 2 years now. Learn more everyday. Have fun and ride safe.:D

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Welcome Infinite Mz. Agreed with CDN, very good move on the older bike.

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thanks yall :-D

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