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MOST - I passed

Discussion in 'New Riders and Riding Tips' at netrider.net.au started by Damzz, Oct 21, 2013.

  1. Hello NR,

    I did the MOST test and passed. Thought I'd share the good news with everyone here on NR.

    :riding:


     
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  2. Well done buddy
     
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  3. Thanks. :)
     
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  4. Well done hope it helps :D
     
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  5. Congrats!
    Now you can start riding.
     
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  6. Congratulations, we should celebrate... wanna buy some heroin?*

    *probably had to be there.
     
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  7. Outstanding!
     
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  8. Sensational!

    Now let's get that heroin.
     
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  9. Congrats!... no better feeling than getting over that hump!
     
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  10. Congrats :)
     
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  11. Thanks everyone :)
     
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  12. Well done
     
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  13. Well done .. :)

    those skills are the very basics of riding and are well worth continued practise.
     
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  14. Well done Damzz,
     
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  15. Good for you, now the adventure and fun begins :)
     
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  16. Thanks everyone...

    I must admit I havent riden in the last 2/3 due to crap weather.

    I find it a little daunting riding on my own still. Is this normal?

    I really enjoyed the road riding in a group of MOST.
     
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  17. That's... MOST delightful. Congrats.


    It was scary for the first few days for me, but you get used to it.
     
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  18. Thanks everyone...
    I must admit I havent riden in the last 2/3 due to crap weather.
    I find it a little daunting riding on my own still. Is this normal?
    I really enjoyed the road riding in a group of MOST. Damzz
    Of course its normal......I just found it scary sitting on the bike in the drive....the way I see it, you've got no problems.

    Lucky it is second nature now.
     
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