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After 30 years, Iím riding a motorcycle again. My first bike was a 1986 Yamaha Radian 600. I just bought a Kawasaki Vulcan S with ABS. Iím amazed at all the stuff on bikes now: gear indicators, ABS, etc but somehow still no automatic turn signals.
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We have lots of re-entry riders (myself included) and if you haven't already done so, consider taking a safety course like the MSF to sharpen up old skills and learn new ones.


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Great to see so many old (ish) guys like me getting back to riding! Can't believe how good it feels. Just waiting for the next safety course to start here in central Kentucky so I can hone the old skills.
Be alert and ride safe!

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Welcome aboard!

We have lots of re-entry riders (myself included) and if you haven't already done so, consider taking a safety course like the MSF to sharpen up old skills and learn new ones.
Yes, sir. I've already signed up for one. I took one when I first started riding 3 years ago and still use some things I learned there driving my car so it was a must this time.
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