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From Dirt to Bitumen to Netrider

Discussion in 'Welcome Lounge' started by NewieRider, Mar 2, 2015.

  1. Hi All
    Older rider who has been riding off road for quite a few years now and recently got a 1 Litre roadie.
    Love the freedom riding gives you and the chance to clear you head.
    Looks like a great forum, so here I am.
    Keep the rubber side down and have fun with it.

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  2. Hey Goldenberri and thanks for the welcome
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  3. welcome aboard :]
  4. Thanks Jeffco 8-|
  5. Welcome to netrider, NewieRider :)
  6. Thanks KT91, i appreciate you all taking time for warm welcomes
  7. Howdy and welcome NewieRiderNewieRider :) It's great to see one more experienced rider to join NR!
  8. Ta Muchly Fr33dmFr33dm,

    I am still learning, especially in the black ribbon, but having fu.

    Isnt that what its all about?
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  9. oops meant fun* (cant work out how to edit it)
  10. If you click on "tools" button at the bottom bar of your post, it will give you "edit" function :)
  11. I tried that but only saw report, (I knew it wasn't good what I mistyped but wasn't going to report myself)

    In saying that can see edit as well now, thanks for the tutorial.
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  12. Your account has upgraded tp Member status so you will have a lot more functions on the site, including editing. :) You also now have Conversations/Personal Messaging and access to some of the forums that are locked for new accounts.

    Welcome to the forum.
  13. Thanks cjvfrcjvfr, good to know
    I can be rest assured the edit thingy wasn't there before and it wasn't old timers again 8)
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  14. G'day and welcome to the forum, NewieRider. How do you like the FZ1N?
  15. Love it, pretty easy to ride in cruise mode but has lots of pick and and go when needed
  16. G'day NewieRider, welcome to the site and yes always keep the rubber side down and stay safe
  17. Thanks Duke ... so far so good