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armydude52c
Just ordered my FZ 07 will be delivered tomorrow. Couldn't resist, ordered without even sitting on the bike. Will be my first bike although I have rode dirt bikes for a few years now. Not sure how my experience will translate to the road but am excited to learn
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Cruizin
Welcome man and congrats in the purchase. Be prepared, yo aren't gonna be available for anyone for a lil while as you will be either riding, washing, installing and a hell of a whole of time just looking at your FZ-07.
 
Also don't sell the dirtbike..
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CapnKirk
Welcome Aoard!
 
Ride Safe,
 
Kirk

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armydude52c
Thanks everyone. I will be posting pics soon thanks

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Simbadc650
welcome! where ya from? Yeah i was sitting on fz07 long before i even got my first cbr250 and my m1 license.

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armydude52c
I'm from Dexter, Mo. Probably the worst time of the year to buy a bike,gonna be getting cold soon but couldn't pass it up.

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Beemer
Welcome and congrats! I'd say you made a good choice. Not only because it's an FZ-07 (the bike all the bike magazines raved about) but since dirt bikes have good torque and higher, wider handlebars and an upright, neutral seating position you should feel a little more at home on this bike than a super sport. The engine thinks it's a Ferrari and just begs to be flogged. It's a fun bike, I think you'll like it well enough and I've always thought that my dirt riding experience was a plus. Army vet myself, 54 E (NBC (puke) ), ha!
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rowdy
Welcome! You're gonna love it. And like @beemer said, the FZ-07 is closer to s dirt bike than almost anything at it's displacement, so your adjustment will have more to do with techniques for staying safe on the street rather than riding the MC. I highly recommend an MSF coarse if you can get into one. Even very experienced riders come away from the experience happy they did it.
Enjoy!

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Guru
Great to have you on board. Thank you for joining. Yesterday is today so I can't wait to see picture and read your first impressions. Enjoy the moment !

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armydude52c
I will post some pics soon. Basically just rode it home but it's amazing..love it could not be happier with it.trying to figure out how to upload pics from phone now
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mushymushroom
I'm excited for you, I should be picking mine up Monday. I hope it doesn't rain and that it's warm that day.  I had all summer long to take my course and get my bike but instead I did overtime for down payment money.  Not sure how much longer I even get to ride in this Wisconsin weather. 

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