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Hey Riders :)

I am just to reach my 18th Birthday.
Living in Germany and making my A2 D.License,
it means i can get up to 0,2kw/kg = 4,60 kg/hp
And a maximum of 48hp...

And i choosed the R3. Gonna buy it in 2 Months.
I think it is the best one on the Market for new Beginners.
I drove manytimes a friend's Cross. Was amazing.
Yeah. I am a totally bloody Beginner.
I hope that you will help me with Questions.
And as you can see, my english isn't that good.
Excuse me for that :p
 

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Nothing wrong with your English mate, we as Europeans must be proud to even communicate at an age of 18. Good that you guys in Germany can start on 18 with the A2 Licence, in the Netherlands it's 20 years old. Good luck with the purchase and welcome to the forum.
 

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Welcome! Even though I live in the U.S., I still think the tiered system makes sense in many regards. Do some/most countries in Europe have a similar system when it comes to automobiles?
 

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Nothing wrong with your English mate, we as Europeans must be proud to even communicate at an age of 18. Good that you guys in Germany can start on 18 with the A2 Licence, in the Netherlands it's 20 years old. Good luck with the purchase and welcome to the forum.
Thanks very much!
Which age do you need then for A open? 25 :eek:?

Welcome! Even though I live in the U.S., I still think the tiered system makes sense in many regards. Do some/most countries in Europe have a similar system when it comes to automobiles?
What the f*ck is a tiered system?
Couldn't find anything usable explainig it...
You don't mean ABS = Anti-Lock Brake System?
I think that Germany is one of the most secure Countries regarding the Strictness of high quality security systems.
If you know what i mean :c
 

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Herzlich Willkommen!

Hey Riders :)

I am just to reach my 18th Birthday.
Living in Germany and making my A2 D.License,
it means i can get up to 0,2kw/kg = 4,60 kg/hp
And a maximum of 48hp...

And i choosed the R3. Gonna buy it in 2 Months.
I think it is the best one on the Market for new Beginners.
I drove manytimes a friend's Cross. Was amazing.
Yeah. I am a totally bloody Beginner.
I hope that you will help me with Questions.
And as you can see, my english isn't that good.
Excuse me for that :p
Herzlich willkommen im Forum. Sie sollten in der Lage, viele gute Informationen hier zu finden sein.

Ich glaube, Sie der Erste, Forum Mitglied aus Deutschland!

Genießen Sie Ihr neues R3 !

Wie wir hier in den Vereinigten Staaten sagen: " Halten Sie die Gummiseite nach unten " .
 

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18 years old and riding an R3!

I wish I was into bikes when I was 18! Good to see you've started young.
 

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Fang said in German:

Welcome to the Forum. You should be able to find lots of good information in a position here.

I think the first Forum member from Germany!

Enjoy your new R3!

As we say here in the United States: "Keep the rubber side down."

(Use Google Translate app !) ;)

I strongly recommend Yamaha make the R3 to maximized to 48 HP !!
 

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Thanks very much to everybody. Somehow feeling a little bit familiar :3

48hp would be... God bless Yamaha... Awesome xD!
 

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...in ENGLISH, Fang...:-(
(show-off)
Close enough!

I had 5 years of German in High School and College but that was a long time ago and I haven't had a chance to use it in years!

Just thought I'd welcome him in his own language......

Cheers!
 

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A "tiered system" for licensing is simply starting at level one at a certain age and engine size, then moving up to level two after riding awhile, then level three und so weiter... Like moving up through the grades in school.

Herr FangShui, Ich habe auch sechs Jahre Deutsch gelernt in Hoch Schule und Universitaet! I denke dass die Worte "Wilkommen" hat nur ein "L", nicht zwei.
 

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Oh okay.

In Germany we got the 3 Grade System, depending on your Age..
A1 with a maximum of 11kw/15hp and 125ccm + 16years old at least...
A2 as said already 35kw/48hp no maximum of ccm but 0,2kw/kg and at least 18years old.
And the best one A with 21years... No restrictions :)
You don't need A1/A2 to get A... It's the same stuff i mean somehow... But you're in a longer test-period if you immediately start with A...

Willkommen = with 2x "l" :p
 

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A "tiered system" for licensing is simply starting at level one at a certain age and engine size, then moving up to level two after riding awhile, then level three und so weiter... Like moving up through the grades in school.

Herr FangShui, Ich habe auch sechs Jahre Deutsch gelernt in Hoch Schule und Universitaet! I denke dass die Worte "Wilkommen" hat nur ein "L", nicht zwei.
In hindsight, both of us should probably have spent those years studying Spanish or Mandarin!
 

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Welcome to the forum! The r3 is the perfect beginners bike. About the only thing id change would be the brakes, they seem a little weak especially if you are attacking the twisty mountain roads. Maybe a new set of brake pads and some new fluid and lines may fix that. Stay safe!
 

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Welcome to the forum! The r3 is the perfect beginners bike. About the only thing id change would be the brakes, they seem a little weak especially if you are attacking the twisty mountain roads. Maybe a new set of brake pads and some new fluid and lines may fix that. Stay safe!
There where i live in Germany... It's more flat than mountain-packed :D
But thanks.
Couldn't find good Breakes... Aren't their some from Brembo xD?
 
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