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Hi All,
I'm new to riding and looking at a few bikes for my first motorcycle. The Ninja 300 is at the top of my list. I plan on taking the MSF course in the next couple of months and purchasing right after.
 

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Welcome. Seeing as this will be your 1st bike I think the 300 is a great choice and you will love it. The other thing you can think about is the dealer out here just started a lease program where you can either buy or return just like you would a car. So if you think you may sell the bike later on ( I will never sell mine though) this maybe something to look into.
 

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Thanks all for the welcome, looking forward to learning a lot on here.
 

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I think there's a good handful of people from the EB. maybe a group ride should be organized. I'm not too familiar with roads around here myself. Perhaps someone with more saddle experience can toss in their hat to lead.

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Well....After a long wait (ended up buying a house last year) I have finally joined Team Green. Bought her last Sat, 2014 SE ABS and she was delivered today.



 

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Welcome MoFetti!
Bay Area / San Joaquin county? Are you near Tracy? I bought my bike at Tracy Motorsports. Great roads: Mountain Road, Altamont Road, Patterson, Mt Hamilton, Mines Road and Morgan Territory.
Thanks Star. I was living in Palo Alto when I first started the thread, and then bought a house in Tracy. I also purchased my bike from Tracy Motorsports.
 

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Thanks Star. I was living in Palo Alto when I first started the thread, and then bought a house in Tracy. I also purchased my bike from Tracy Motorsports.
Funny... I commuted to Palo Alto for 8 years from San Ramon There's quite a few nice country roads out in Tracy. I like to take the backroads to TMS when I get my bike serviced. There's a lot of construction on the 205 and parts of the road are in terrible condition.
 
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