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Apr 09

Posts: 776

tulipsam says:

I passed woohoo

Well guys n girls I can clearly say that I have passed my bike test. Had mod1 last week and passed that with no minors, and mod2 today again with no minors.

After riding on a cbt for 3 years, and the accident last year which i have been out of the saddle for a year. I can't believe I have done it!!!!!


I think I have given my mum a few more grey hairs lol, and my dream to ride to the IOM TT and Scotland will now come true.


TS xx

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Jun 07

Posts: 1990

mobileenoph says:


Congratulations, now go and celebrate....have a pint for me...:biggrin:

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Apr 09

Posts: 776

tulipsam says:


cheers gunger :tongue:

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Jul 08

Posts: 930

Rugbyman says:

Well done TS

Keep an eye on a Maxiemeet when we move closer

Devils Bridge may be a bit far for a newbie

But not for Unit & Gunga :ph43r:  WIMPS :tongue:
See ya soon guys

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Apr 08

Posts: 9695

old(ish)git says:

used bikes...

are going up in price due to being easier to sell than new ones.....but private sales are far cheaper than dealer ones, if you have the cash...might be worth trying the gladius to see what you think of it,if the dealer will let you.The only restricted bike I have actually seen on a ride out was lucasyamaha's sv650....and you couldn't tell at all.Certainly not 'choked off',like you might think.

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Apr 08

Posts: 3042

AdieR says:

Nice one :)

congratulations :biggrin:

If you're going down the restricted route, twin-cylinder bikes (ER6 / SV650) are probably better than fours; twins don't get "strangled" like fours do.

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Feb 10

Posts: 1137

kawathrasher says:

Well Done !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Best feeling in the world ..........


Good luck with whatever your gonna buy and ride safe


Kawa xx


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Nov 05

Posts: 1464

evlcatnw says:


Well done u chick and welcome to the fold :-) dont forget u will have a few 'wobbly' moments and 'oo er's' but dont let them put u off....

Hey i've finally got rather used to dropping bikes and when u've done it more than twice the embarassment wears off :lol:

Devils bridge is probably a fab route to get used to riding just so long as u take it easy and if u need a tour guide just pm me chick coz trust me with me in front even mr bean looks good behind me lol

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Jun 09

Posts: 1050

Amateurcynic says:

Wonderful News!

Well done you!:biggrin:

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Apr 09

Posts: 776

tulipsam says:


guys you lot are the best......


I was thinking about the Gladius but it is a 2010 model and looks mint, but they have also got a ER6N 2012 which is only £500 more...........I'm confused :ph43r:


I am gonna have a think about what bike to get plus it is the money side of it really.

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Aug 11

Posts: 3732

babyrocket says:


done sam just knew you would.

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