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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 05-13-2017, 04:42 PM Thread Starter
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Hello everyone. I have just bought my first bike. A Brutale 800RR. This will be my first ever bike. Any advice will be much appreciated.
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post #2 of 22 (permalink) Old 05-13-2017, 04:47 PM
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Hi morasool, welcome to the forum.

Great looking bike, liking the HP Corse Hydro Tre exhaust (but I would say that )
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Hi morasool, welcome to the forum.

Great looking bike, liking the HP Corse Hydro Tre exhaust (but I would say that )
Thanks. Your videos on youtube and are what convinced me to get this exhaust.
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This will be my first ever bike.
Nothing like jumping in with both feet.
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Welcome to the club!

Faster and Faster untill the fear of death subsides.....
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My advice would be to ride it as much as possible

I’m not crazy. My reality is just different than yours.
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My advice would be to ride it as much as possible
Thanks, thats what I intend to do.
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Welcome to the family....gorgeous bike.

Wow...for a first bike ever you certainly started at he top. My advice would be to take it very easy for the first several thousand miles. That's a heck of a fast and powerful bike to learn on.

Unless of course, you have been riding bikes for years, just not your own !!! In which case...let her rip and hang on.

Ride safe.

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Welcome to the family....gorgeous bike.

Wow...for a first bike ever you certainly started at he top. My advice would be to take it very easy for the first several thousand miles. That's a heck of a fast and powerful bike to learn on.

Unless of course, you have been riding bikes for years, just not your own !!! In which case...let her rip and hang on.

Ride safe.
Thanks for the advice. It is literally my first bike. I have just completed the direct access licence in the UK to get on this bike. I have always wanted an MV after seeing one in a showroom a couple of years ago, so I decided this summer i'm getting one.
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Direct Access to a Brutale 800RR!I dread to think what your insurance premiums are... As said above, take it easy and let your common sense and self preservation instincts rule your right hand. I suggest that you get used to the bike for a few hundred careful milrs and then sign up for your local Bikesafe course, just one, or sometimes two, days with local bike plod. Have been riding for 45 years and am always up for learning more/honing my skills.
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