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  1. CUTiker

    Hey y'all,

    I ain't exactly new here but haven't really posted much of anything so I figured I'd introduce myself. I've always wanted a bike ever since my neighbor taught me how to ride when I was in highschool ten years ago as well as took me to some of the bike rallys in the state. Lately I've been looking around at everything thats out there, trying to find one that fits both me and my budget. I've gotten my license and have test ridden a few different bikes so I've gotten an idea on what I want.

    Look forward to hanging out here for now and maybe one day soon I'll have my own yamaha!

  2. vakonman

    Hey CUTiker,
    Welcome to the forum from Alberta. When the bike that is right for you appears, you will know it. God luck in your search.

  3. Shebhertezz

    Welcome from another Canadian and Albertan!

    This is a great forum for getting info to help you decide on what bike to purchase - it certainly helped me. Do an Advanced Search and check out some of the threads. I bought the 950 as my very first bike and I love it!

  4. Goadlocger69

    Welcome from Southern Maryland

  5. retzdaret

    Welcome from Georgia. When you do get one, Ride it safe!

  6. retzdarraiter

    welcome from annapolis, dude, just go out and get one. if you have any kind of decent credit you can pick up a great bike for 125.00 or less a month.

  7. micg10

    welcome to the family. have you got any particular bike in mind?

  8. tunc

    another welcome from downunder

  9. fiwezdrinkmatnezz

    Welcome from southern California. You really can't go wrong with a Star. Look forward to hearing what you get.

  10. Rocgj1

    Welcome from Oklahoma!

  11. VTvinChic

    Greetings from Ohio, Tiger!
    Take the few hours and dollars to enroll in a MSF course - it's a great way to enter into the riding scene and may just save your hide one day with all the great stuff you learn.
    There's a lot of different bike types out there: cruisers, standards, sport bikes, tourers... find the type that appeals to you. When you're ready to shop, check out a cool website called - it crawls a ton of Craigslist sites and can help you find that dream bike at a price you can afford.

  12. Yammj

    Welcome to the forum.

  13. CUTiker

    Thanks for all the welcomes y'all, and especially thanks to VTvinChic for the site, that makes things a whole lot easier.


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