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Well, it's another MSF thread, but i'm finally a legal bike rider! lol. Just wanted to share. If anyone here lives in the fort lauderdale area, hit me up and let's ride!
 

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Congrats. I don't mean to bust the bubble like Ultra did, but yea... it seems EXTREMELY easy to pass. We had one guy drop his bike that was given a "redemption" and then 2 girls that couldn't maintain throttle, do u turns or do the weaves and they passed.

But either way, congrats and welcome!
 

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lol yeah i know, 3 people in my class should have failed but they were given the ok. Although I am interested in taking the advanced rider course. Also get free coaching in the west palm beach track because of the training as well.

It's just nice not to be paranoid anymore about getting pulled over. Been riding long enough that I felt it was time to just get it over with ha
 

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Hey congrats on your pass.... I am gonna take mine soon.... I have some money put away so i am gonna go for the class and then straight to the dealer to pick up my damn 300 baby! oh btw i live in miami once i get my beast im down to ride
 

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Actually when I took my MSF course back in September this one lady in my class failed but she also dropped the motorcycle. We all had to watch her do the walk of shame. Other than that everyone else passed


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Same at mine. The girl did great all weekend, then during the first drill of the test (the box) she looked back to hear the instructor talking to her ( after perfectly completing the task) and dropped it. She failed and had to watch the rest of us.
A guy dropped his 20 minutes into the course on the first day. Obviously, since it wasn't during the test though, he still passed.
 

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Nice work! now remember to practice, practice, practice, till all your skills become second nature and you dont have to think/concentrate about it as much and you can concentrate on other things instead
 
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