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LAM's?

Discussion in 'New Riders and Riding Tips' at netrider.net.au started by lord nykon, Jan 9, 2006.

  1. ok now i got a qustion about lam's

    how dose it work and what are the chances of some one like me living in qld getting out of riding a 250 for a year then having to go through the proses of buying a bike again and getting ust to it???


     
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  2. well, for starters, you'd have to live in NSW :wink:

    they have q ride over there in QLD but you can only get opens if you've got a full car licence (i think) riding a 250 aint that bad mate, can teach you some pretty cool riding too. lams bikes can be better, but thats not an option so dont worry about it.
     
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  3. As I'm sure one of the QLD netriders will point out there's a different system for you lot which means you can get a full licence straight away if you want - the 250cc restriction's really only a Victorian thing (possibly WA as well?).
     
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  4. well i know about getting opens straight away in QLD but you have to of hade your open car for 3 years and im just comming off my l's and i got nothing against riding a 250 i just would prefer a little more power so i can stay ahead of cars cause people in cars are unpredictable
     
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  5. If you can't stay in front of cars on a decent 250 then you may as well hand your licence back. Really the only thing you need to worry about on a 250 is the occasional high-performance car and of course, bigger bikes.
     
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  6. There are people around where i live that like to play with done up wrx's (young idiots) so i just got to wory about them but apart from that i can deal with most cars the ony thing im wored about is not having enuff power to get my self out of trouble

    im looking at a Hyosung gt250r
     
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