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Hi from Devon

Post  DaisyChain on Sun Dec 21 2014, 17:46

Hey there,

I'm a newbie rider. I'm a little lost in it all at the moment and just getting to some kind of grips with my bike (we have a lot of learning to do together) but I hope that as I build my confidence and knowledge in my riding and little girl's capability then I'll end up meeting and greeting some of you on the road.
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Re: Hi from Devon

Post  Radar on Sun Dec 21 2014, 21:04

Welcome, where I you in Devon? I used to take my family there on holiday
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Re: Hi from Devon

Post  DaisyChain on Sun Dec 21 2014, 21:07

I'm North Devon, just outside Bideford.

Being here is like being permanently on holiday....and now I'm starting to learn that we have amazing roads too Smile.

Where did you go on holiday?
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Re: Hi from Devon

Post  Radar on Sun Dec 21 2014, 21:18

Mainly South Devon, camped in Ashburton and used to get to Salcombe for the beach
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Re: Hi from Devon

Post  yamahamad on Sun Dec 21 2014, 21:19

Hey & welcome. Ride safe & enjoy.

Paul
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Re: Hi from Devon

Post  DaisyChain on Sun Dec 21 2014, 21:29

South Devon is nice too, some of the coastal routes are fab, its all pretty fab really, but then I am rather bias!

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Hi Paul, thank you, and you too!
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Re: Hi from Devon

Post  Jkillroe on Sun Dec 21 2014, 21:56

Hi and welcome my cat was my first bike from passing my text 6 years ago and shes still going strong
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Re: Hi from Devon

Post  DaisyChain on Sun Dec 21 2014, 22:04

Hi and thanks, Cats really are a great choice, I had a tonne of advice before I got her and to be honest I was looking at cbr's but I scrolled down a website, saw her and next day drove to Bristol to buy her,it was obvious when I saw her. She's a good solid bike with a very playful spirit. Can see me and her being play mates for a long while.Smile
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Re: Hi from Devon

Post  SteveCat on Mon Dec 22 2014, 09:14

Hi, welcome, I'm sure you and the bike will get properly acquainted fairly quickly.

Yes, you do have some lovely roads around your way - I'd stay away from Porlock Hill for the time being though Wink
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Re: Hi from Devon

Post  MrNutt on Mon Dec 22 2014, 14:20

hi and welcome!

once you've started to ride the bike more often you'll relax and settle into it all.

the sites full of useful info and help and there's never a stupid question

Dave
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Re: Hi from Devon

Post  Rosco on Mon Dec 22 2014, 14:46

Hi And Welcome DaisyChain.

If you think some of the questions might be stupid you should see some of the answers. Wink

Seriously though I hope you enjoy your time here.
This place is fountain of knowledge, drivel, Tom-foolery and all-sorts.

Hope you enjoy your time here.

Cheers
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Re: Hi from Devon

Post  DaisyChain on Mon Dec 22 2014, 19:16

Stevecat, you're so right. Porlock hill is horrid enough in a car, my Daisy would have a minor fit if I took her there!

Hi MrNutt, I'm the master of stupid questions and as I'm a typical mechanically challenged female I'll too stupid.....I had to ask what a sprocket was the other week......need I say more!!!! I'm sure you guys would have had fun trying to answer with professional sincerity wouldn't you agree Rosco
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Re: Hi from Devon

Post  FatCat on Mon Dec 22 2014, 21:46

Welcome DaisyChain  welcom2ytc

I picked the Cat as my 1st bike too. Apart from a couple of hours of fun on Saturday morning with the immobiliser and a soldering iron, she's never put a foot wrong. Which is more than can be said for me....

Have fun learning, I know I do. Smile
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Re: Hi from Devon

Post  DaisyChain on Mon Dec 22 2014, 22:01

Hi FatCat,

I'm starting to think I've made an awesome choice in bike, not many people have a bad word to say about them. It also sounds like you had way too much fun if you got to play with a soldering iron. Is there no end to the joy a bike can bring
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Re: Hi from Devon

Post  Radar on Tue Dec 23 2014, 00:40

Love mine, had it nearly 15 years. It has seen several other bikes come and go over the years!

Only problem has been a snapped speedo cable...
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Re: Hi from Devon

Post  0ldcat on Tue Dec 23 2014, 15:53

welcome3 DaisyChain. As others have said "hope you enjoy your time at yamahathundercats.org"
The place is a mine of information.

You're not the only mechanically challenged member on here . . . if you ever see me with a spanner in my hand . . . Run for cover ! affraid
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Re: Hi from Devon

Post  mrfrance on Wed Dec 24 2014, 10:33

Hello and welcome! You'll never regret getting a cat I can tell you that much... not just for the bike, but for this great forum!

Hope to see you on a ride out.

Paul
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