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  1. CamoDeere

    Hey I'm David from Tampa, looking to take the MSF course soon and look into getting my first bike, looking to gain as much knowledge as I can before I ride.

  2. quicgmicg

    Feel free to ask any questions you might have, we're here to help. That MSF is a great course...

  3. retzdaret

    Welcome from Georgia. Sounds like you are doing it right. bike-problems\" class=\"ymln\">The MSF course is a great thing. Hang in there and ride safe!!

  4. SemberFiDavk

    Welcome from Middle Georgia !

  5. yajare

    Welcome to the forum from Ontario, Canada...........

  6. floydmartinejap609

    Welcome to the forum.Great location to own a bike.Love Tampa weather!

  7. yhoower

    Welcome to the forum from MN.

  8. wildcatf5

    Welcome from North Texas!!

    Enjoy the MSF course. Took mine this past March and enjoyed it.

    After that...Enjoy and Ride Safe!!!

  9. yhennlj

    One more welcome from Georgia

  10. CamoDeere

    Thanks for the welcomes, FL requires you to take the MSF course in order to get your endorsement so I signed up to take the course Dec 16, 18 and 19, going to start buying my gear coming up.

    Really eyeballing the Stryker

  11. deadweight37

    Welcome from Texas....

  12. yhennlj

    Thanks for the welcomes, FL requires you to take the...

    That Stryker is a sharp bike. Have you had a chance to sit on one, and feel it out. I know some bikes catch my eye, and then I sit on em', and don't like the way they feel. I know you are excited to get a bike, just make sure it's something you will enjoy riding as well as looking at.Also, no matter what size bike you start with, always, always, always respect the bike and the road. Smaller bikes are just as dangerous as larger ones. Anyway, didn't mean to get off on a tangent, have fun with your search and let us know what you find

  13. pgv

    Welcome from Tex. Once you get the biker bug it is with you forever. God's speed.

  14. Heklione17

    Welcome from L.A.

  15. Shebhertezz

    Welcome from Canada!

    I always recommend taking the course first before selecting a bike. Your experience with the course will let you know what you're ready to handle. I got the 950 for my first bike and love her!

  16. bkman

    ...always recommend taking the course first before selecting a bike....

    That is good advice. One thing is certain. If you buy the Stryker as your first bike, it may well be your last - I doubt you'll out-grow that one!

    I don't know how old you are, but you might want to check insurance before you buy. I've known a handful of younger guys who bought large-displacement sport bikes on a whim and discovered (much too late) that they couldn't afford to insure them. The repo man loves those deals.

    Good luck and be safe.

  17. tunc

    Welcome to the forum from downunder
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