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Discussion in 'Welcome Lounge' at netrider.net.au started by Husky, Dec 22, 2013.

  1. G'day out there in netrider land - I'm just starting out in the world of motorbikes, passed my L's assessment this morning (Still got to pick up a Learner permit tomorrow morning). Bought my first bike a couple of days ago. I've been reading lots of useful info in posts on the site and this has really helped me get started - so thanks to everyone who contributes the useful information that makes this site so great!

    Hopefully down the track a bit I'll know something worth passing on in these forums too :)

  2. welcome kingy :)
  3. Welcome to NR. Congrats on getting your L's.

    What bike did you go with?
  4. Welcome to NR , Kingy ! In SA , are you ?
  5. Hello and welcome husky kingy, does the name mean you got one of those sewing machine bikes?
  6. chainsaw.

    My other Husqvarna ...
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  7. Husky TR650 Terra (LAMS approved/restricted at the moment though!)
  8. Yeah - up in Gawler, any good rides you can recommend in SA?

    I did a bit of exploring on some of the dirt roads up to Birdwood the other day which was quite good - thinking about heading up to the Flinders ranges soon, have to look into this a bit more.
  9. Plenty of good riding throughout the Adelaide Hills from the Barossa right down to Victor Harbour , but I'm not really clued up on the dirt roads dual-sports riding. Obviously there are heaps of dirt roads criss-crossing the hills to explore . Flinders Ranges is supposed to be brilliant on a dirt or dual-sports bike , as would Kangaroo Island. A real challenge would be the Border Track that follows the SA/VIC border thru the Ngarkat National Park between Pinnaroo and Bordertown but don't try this on your own .