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Discussion in 'Welcome Lounge' started by Carol64, May 30, 2016.

  1. #1 Carol64, May 30, 2016
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    hi, learner rider, slowly edging towards some confidence... Glad to be recommended to this group

    Everything u want is on the other side of fear...
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  2. Welcome and enjoy
  3. Hello and welcome to NR Carol :happy:! Great to see another lady rider joining the ranks. What do you ride and where are you based? Confidence will come with more practice. Read up these forums, they are a wealth of information for new riders. And depending on where you are, come to Saturday practice in Elwood or Sunday one in Homebush. Guys there perform miracles with newbies.
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  4. #4 Carol64, May 31, 2016
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    Thanks... Kawasaki Vulcan 650 lams rated... Wa
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  5. wecome a yr ago i was new also and i am older than you. 14000 km later loving every minute. today i did great ocean road again. ust get on yr bike everyday. good luck
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  6. Welcome to NR.
  7. welcome aboard :)
  8. Wot ^ they said :)
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  9. welcome to Netrider Carol :)
  10. Welcome Carol64Carol64 there's fun times on the horizon for you to come :)
  11. Welcome Carol. Take you time learning, as you will never stop for as long as you keep riding.
  12. Welcome to the forum and a lifetime of addiction to things two wheeled!
  13. Awesome :cool: wishing you happy and safe riding!

    WA - for some entertainment, try looking up "Leadpin" on Youtube... He's a WA rider on a Suzuki GSXR750.
  14. Welcome aboard. The Vulcan is a fine looking bike
  15. Aloha Carol64Carol64 & welcome!!
    Another lady riding can only be a good thing :)

    One step at a time & enjoy the whole process. It will be a lifetime of learnings, that's for sure.
    Make sure you put your lovely bike up onto the showcase section of the forum. And don't be afraid to pick people's brains on things :)
  16. gday Carol64Carol64 welcome to NR, nice to have another 64'er here!
  17. Hi Carol64Carol64 welcome, ride safe, have fun (the most important bit!)
  18. Welcome. And remember to look where you want to go, not at what you want to avoid!
  19. Welcome to NR from an Adelaide rider.