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In the end, I purchased a new Ninja 400, and passed the test. My two year less-than-35kW limitation is in place until September.

What will you get?
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Do we still have time to jump straight into the A Class?
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Do we still have time to jump straight into the A Class?
Yes. Until the end of the year to get your learner's.

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Yes. Until the end of the year to get your learner's.

Tom
Time to get as a first bike a Turbo Hayabusa then... (just kidding...)
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Time to get as a first bike a Turbo Hayabusa then... (just kidding...)
Yammienoob?

Although most modern sportsbikes are quicker than the busa, although they now come with a lot of electrowizardry to stop you getting road rash.
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Yammienoob?

Although most modern sportsbikes are quicker than the busa, although they now come with a lot of electrowizardry to stop you getting road rash.
hahahahhaha yeah, a turbobusa...

Which was your first bike?
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hahahahhaha yeah, a turbobusa...

Which was your first bike?
Honda NSR 80, hairdryer on full power.
Followed by a CBR600F, FZS600, Harley Dyna and now a BMW S1000XR.
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Honda NSR 80, hairdryer on full power.
Followed by a CBR600F, FZS600, Harley Dyna and now a BMW S1000XR.
Nice

Have you seen the new Suzuki Katana?
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Nice

Have you seen the new Suzuki Katana?
I did, and I sicked up a little. I know some people are going crazy for it but it is the opposite of my cup of tea.
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