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SlowGroove

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SlowGroove

Hi all!  Picked my 2015 FZ-07 up about a month ago, and have been loving every minute on it!  I’ve wanted to ride since I was 18, but never got around to it until now (@51), so I’m taking a much slower and cautious approach to learning my way around the bike and other drivers.  At my age, you don’t bounce and roll quite as easy as you do at a younger age. 

 

Ive included a pic of my bike.  Due to upload limits, I can’t include pics of the added on mirror extenders, and a new USB charging port, but they can be seen in this overall pic. 

 

Next mods will be integrated tail light, and new turn signals. 

 

 

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DewMan

Welcome! You'll find a lot of us "more seasoned" riders here. 😁

 

 

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CapnKirk

Welcome!!

 

Ride Safe,

 

Kirk

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SlowGroove

Yesterday afternoon I took the bike out since it got up to 58 degrees.  Beautiful day, and we got almost 60 miles in.  

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Eastern Kayaker

Welcome! 

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Beemer

Welcome to the farm and congrats on your new bike!

 

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pjfz1

Welcome and congrats on finally getting on the bike! I used to live in Central KY, Good roads to the east. (I'm in East Tn now and staying here!)

 

 And you're right - we don't bounce like we used to!

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