Join Date: Sep 2011
Location: Los Angeles, CA
I trained at a MSF class, got my license and jumped onto a 600 to practice not even for a year - few months.. the F3 is my first owned bike. I worked my a** off for this and its my dream bike. Not a lot of women my age can say that, and I still have a huge smile everytime I see it! Theres always going to be the "smart" way to start riding..some people have started as kids and worked their way up, others started at later ages. I had a spontaneous urge to learn to ride at 21 and felt this is something I've been needing in my life. I'm so happy and feel I have yet to master the art of riding, of course. It's obviously goin to take time, but the best thing to do is do your research and try sitting on each 250-300-600+ out there and you'll end up finding what's going to be the best match for you and your body to feel comfortable riding on. Honestly the kawi 600, and triumph 675 were going to be plan b if the F3 wasn't going to be mine for whatever reason. I'm very proud of my f3's performance and how me being a beginner rider can learn as I go with this machine. No matter what you choose, you're going to learn everything about it and feel more of a better rider as you actually go each time. One more thing, do not ride with any cockiness whatsoever lol, leave that sh** at home and get on it being humble and patient. I've had great support and I hope you will too! Be safe and goodluck !!!
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