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Just got home from the dealership and put a quick 50 miles under my belt on the first ride. Pretty stoked to finally have my own bike.



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Gratz! Now get that massive hunk of plastic otherwise known as "THE REAR FENDER ASSEMBLY" off that sucker! :D
 

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Yay! Enjoy it man! If you start feeling that urge to find people to ride with in the canyons of San Diego, go join the meet up group. Lots of riders, and regular (not as often as before though :( ) newbie oriented rides. Experienced riders helping out newbies. Some of the riders are even instructors from riding schools or track day organizations. Plus you get to hang out at Potrero market, Julian or Cameron corners and see hundreds of bikes lol.
 

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Congrats! I brought mine home yesterday too , same color as well!


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Dang furbz you have been a member since October and only now got your bike? Where have you been?! More importantly, I am sure you are thinking "R3 where have YOU been?!" Congrats to you as well!
 

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Dang furbz you have been a member since October and only now got your bike? Where have you been?! More importantly, I am sure you are thinking "R, where have YOU been?!" Congrats to you as well!
i actually bought the R3 in October but was put in storage right away. I regretted that about 50 times since we didnt get much snow and actually hit 60-70 a few times in november and december.
 

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i actually bought the R3 in October but was put in storage right away. I regretted that about 50 times since we didnt get much snow and actually hit 60-70 a few times in november and december.
I only buy new bikes in the spring. That way... I can RIDE them as soon as I bring them home!
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Flip side to this is that they cost less in the winter.
From what I have seen, new model-year bikes start hitting dealerships in the spring. SO... that seems to be a good time to find a deal on a last-year leftover. (Which is what I did with my new R3!)
 

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Yay! Enjoy it man! If you start feeling that urge to find people to ride with in the canyons of San Diego, go join the meet up group. Lots of riders, and regular (not as often as before though :( ) newbie oriented rides. Experienced riders helping out newbies. Some of the riders are even instructors from riding schools or track day organizations. Plus you get to hang out at Potrero market, Julian or Cameron corners and see hundreds of bikes lol.
Is there a Facebook page or is it a website for the meetup group? I'm in SD and wanna start meeting more local riders :)
 
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