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    Well Im getting a msf class

    I signed up for the 29,31 of march and april 1st. Its a 3 day class. Its only going to cost me $50 so thats not to bad. I think its a good idea but what do you all think???
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    A Link to the pics I have taken for the 2007 Scavenger hunt.

    http://bikepics.com/members/deadlego/p2/

    #2
    You probably wont find too many people who claim that the msf class was of no use. Those are the ones who are foolish , and are soon to be DEAD. Hopefully in doing so they donated their organs, and their bike to the scrapyard. Not trying to be heavy, just stating a point that the info you take away from the class will likely save you in quite a few situations, even if you dont realize it at the time. Stay away from the stooges in the back just there to get a break on insurance. Learn and have fun.
    -I'm sorry....I did not know she was your sister.
    -If Buckleys cold mixture went rancid......how would anybody know????
    -Dont piss off the quiet guy with the chain saw.

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      #3
      mine cost twice that, and it was probably the best money i have ever spent in my life.

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        #4
        $50? Man... costs more than $400 up here! Still worth every penny.

        Bill

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          #5
          Use one of their bikes.
          BIKES: Honda: RC31 Racebike/ NT650 Streetbike, DUCATI: None at the moment.
          Former MSF Rider Coach / Trackday Instructor/ Expert Roadracer #116
          "I'd rather ride a slow bike fast than a fast bike slow."

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            #6
            Was a great learning for me. I rode for a couple of yrs on a permitt and then took the class to get my endorsment. It's a great way to get good ground roots info and a less pressure test.

            Used a 250 Honda
            Rob
            88 Street Hawk
            F2 tank, Aztec8 dual 4", Duc seat and CF cowl, Stage 3 jet, Uni Pods, M4 stubby, SV650 clips, controls & fuel pump, GSXR front mc and CFB1000 front caliper, F3 forks upper and internals, Penske 8983, Gino RCR, rear jump plates & R6 pegs and Vapor gauge...
            04 CRF50 pit bike and stunt runner...
            91 Suzuki GSF400 Bandit (she's a runner now...)

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              #7
              cali it was $75 because i was under 21
              21+ costed like $250

              +1 on everything everone else said
              its a good start
              1988 & 1991 hawkgt, 2005 rc51

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                #8
                Also a good beater bike is what ya need...

                I started out with a 82 Yamaha Maxim 400 ($500) and drove it every where for 5 yrs before I bought my next bike... my Hawk.

                Nothing wild or crazy. Just a bike to get my feet wet and if I dropped it or something... at $500 not so worried.
                Rob
                88 Street Hawk
                F2 tank, Aztec8 dual 4", Duc seat and CF cowl, Stage 3 jet, Uni Pods, M4 stubby, SV650 clips, controls & fuel pump, GSXR front mc and CFB1000 front caliper, F3 forks upper and internals, Penske 8983, Gino RCR, rear jump plates & R6 pegs and Vapor gauge...
                04 CRF50 pit bike and stunt runner...
                91 Suzuki GSF400 Bandit (she's a runner now...)

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                  #9
                  Cost me $375 with Trama's on Long Island. Best cash I've spent yet on the Hawk...
                  1988 "BlackHawk" project
                  1989 "RallyHawk" is Chuck's now!
                  1988 "The Gray" Tempest Gray Metallic stocker

                  I can't tell you how peaceful it is. Shinya Kimura
                  People who know ride Hawks. Riot

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                    #10
                    well, they have bikes we can use. So I will use there bikes. I have not gotten my taged yet anyway. So I gess 50 is cheap then. Its a 5 hour class day and then 10 hours rideing. Its done by the motorcycle saftey foundation.
                    A Link to the pics I have taken for the 2007 Scavenger hunt.

                    http://bikepics.com/members/deadlego/p2/

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                      #11
                      totally worth it.

                      do it and you will have no regrets
                      '88 hawk with sporty mods
                      '76 bmw r90 with sporty mods
                      '71 honda cb 350 racebike

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                        #12
                        Mine is coming up here at the end of June...ABATE of Indiana. Sounds similar to your class Deadlego?

                        http://www.abateonline.org/ABATE.aspx?PID=14

                        Cost $75 and includes membership. Write a letter to them for a reimbursed $25 and it's only $50. I believe the bikes are Suzuki GN250.
                        1988 Hawk
                        Shuriken 1000

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                          #13
                          Re: Well Im getting a msf class

                          Originally Posted by Deadlego
                          I signed up for the 29,31 of march and april 1st. Its a 3 day class. Its only going to cost me $50 so thats not to bad. I think its a good idea but what do you all think???
                          What is this MSF ??? Some kind of safe driving class ???
                          (ex)spambot exterminator .
                          BROS 400 owners : http://www.hawkgtforum.com/forum/sho...+400+countdown

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                            #14
                            Motorcycle Safety Foundation.

                            Yeah, some kinda safe driving class.

                            http://www.donotattemptthis.com/

                            The real deal.

                            http://www.msf-usa.org/
                            BIKES: Honda: RC31 Racebike/ NT650 Streetbike, DUCATI: None at the moment.
                            Former MSF Rider Coach / Trackday Instructor/ Expert Roadracer #116
                            "I'd rather ride a slow bike fast than a fast bike slow."

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                              #15
                              "the more you know, the better it gets."

                              it doesn't get much truer than that.
                              '88 hawk with sporty mods
                              '76 bmw r90 with sporty mods
                              '71 honda cb 350 racebike

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