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hello from newby

Discussion in 'New Riders and Riding Tips' started by nunya, Mar 9, 2005.

  1. G'day all, I been lurking for a while and thought I'd finally better introduce myself to the forum. i'm not a real big road rider but more into trackdayz where its safe to speed :wink: i have a gsx-r 750 and live in outer melbourne eastern suburb.

  2. So you've had time to witness the works of Sun Tzu in action then?

    Welcome to the place where no opinion stays the same.
  3. Hi nunya, welcome to the forums man. Some of the melbourne people might be able to change your mind about road riding :D Have fun and stay safe man
  4. Welcome fellow race track fanatic ;-)
  5. G'day nunya and welcome!

    I've heard of that a lot a track day goers after a day or two go off pushing it on the road or even leave the road altogether and save it all for the track. Probably a bit to long between drinks for me if I wasn't on the bike at least every other day.
  6. you have a gixxer 750 and i dont. i hate you all *runs away crying*

    but welcome none the less ;)
  7. Am i the only one who finds this funny?

    Currently banned

    Joined: 02 Jan 2005
    Posts: 1"
  8. Not a bad effort to be banned after 1 post and less than 1 hours after the 1st post.

    Me hopes it's a glitch in the system!
  9. If you have a close look at the avatar, you may realise who it is. Long time no hear, Al!!!

    :D :D :D
  10. The ZX7R is not such a bad bike, one of the best on the road I think :)
  11. Welcome back to the forums Alan :)

    Oops, not much goes past the Admin does it :(
    Hope to see you at coffee night soon :D
  12. more power or i need to loose a few kilos... i'll go with the easier option :D

    but it is an awesome bike handling wise very very forgiving