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Post  Darran Wed May 09 2012, 22:55

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Hi all. I've signed up this evening having done everything a little arse about face. Thundercat bought a couple of weeks ago, DAS course starts on Monday. Hope I pass! Getting itchy feet t get out and enjoy it, although hoping the weather clears up a bit first.

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Post  Dean-J Tue May 29 2012, 13:16

Congrats Darran Smile

Great feeling getting out there for the first time properly eh!

Cat is a great bike, and as has been said it is forgiving - to a point!
Remember for corners its always better to go in slow and come out fast than to go in fast and not come out at all!

Sure you'll be fine mate, if a lunatic like me can survive on 2 wheels, im sure you'll do just fine!

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Post  weasley Tue May 29 2012, 13:46

If you're out and about the Oxfordshire/Cotswolds area I might see you about! I have one or two favourites around this way, although to be honest there are so many 50 mph limits about now that it's not so much fun any more Crying or Very sad .
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Post  Rampers Tue May 29 2012, 15:54

@Dean-J wrote:Congrats Darran Smile

Great feeling getting out there for the first time properly eh!

Cat is a great bike, and as has been said it is forgiving - to a point!
Remember for corners its always better to go in slow and come out fast than to go in fast and not come out at all!

Sure you'll be fine mate, if a lunatic like me can survive on 2 wheels, im sure you'll do just fine!
what he said :lol3:
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Post  Mapman Wed May 30 2012, 17:08

green smile Congrats mate, enjoy the FREEDOM! green smile
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