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Riding Newbie

Postby ethand » Sun Jun 18, 2017 6:49 pm

G'day guys,
About 9yrs after getting rid of my old 50cc moped I got while in school, I decided it was time to finally get back on two wheels... and this time do it 'properly'! After a few lessons on a mates Honda Grom, I went out & bought myself a Ninja 250 to help get me started. Pretty stoked to be learning to ride at last & so far loving my little Ninja...
Thought I should introduce myself before I start picking your brains & rifling through old posts for info ;)

Here's my Blue Bandito ;)
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Re: Riding Newbie

Postby pkay » Mon Jun 19, 2017 12:45 pm

Hi Ethan
Welcome - watch out Kwakas are infectious you'll have a dozen of them before you know it!!
"Too many bikes is never enough"
ZXR750H1,GPX750R,GPz600R,750,900R,1000RX,KR250,Z1a,Mach3,Z1300 and..
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Re: Riding Newbie

Postby BrettZZR » Mon Jun 19, 2017 3:23 pm

Welcome Ethan! Not too many 'active' WA members, so more = better.

Nice Ninja there! I find putting my lardy arse on one of those little bikes such fun - you can be so "generous" with the throttle. Might not be fast, but it's fun!

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Re: Riding Newbie

Postby Possum » Tue Jun 20, 2017 9:30 pm

Im now in WA but a bit of a hike to Kalgoorlie lol.
Little Ninjas are a great starter..
It all comes down to how you ride it.....
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