I had a 600 for my first bike. Broad cut me off in a corner and a median with gravel finished the deal. That was at 65mph. Sucked as it did, I learned a lot. That was in Ckarksville TN when I was in the military. I learned to ride on a liter bike in bum f*ck IL. The bike makes a world of difference when learning to ride. I bought my 600 and it was like going to three wheels of fun. Just seemed easier. None the less. Props for still going. I turned around and bought a 750 the next week. Don't be scared of those brakes. They're there to save your ass. Finding a school will help loads. Plus, where I'm at, saves on insurance premiums. Track, street, drag strip, its all fun. Beautiful fix up and lessons learned.
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