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post #1 of 6 Old 11-29-17, 17:31 Thread Starter
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Hi from NC

Hello everyone! I'm the proud owner of a 2017 Daytona 675R. In the past I've owned several bikes, but have been away from the sport for several years. Yes, I took the returning riders MSF course. I also plan on taking the advanced class in the summer.

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just curious... as someone who's ridden plenty before taking the MSF course, did you get anything out of doing the class? did you learn something you didn't know or relearn something you forgot?

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welcome to the forum! You will have some fun here. Great community, tons of info... just make sure you search and search and search before you start asking questions that have been answered 100+ times
Shoot PM's to the older members for some help if you need it.

What part of carolina? If you are ever our on the west side, blue ridge, we should go ride!!
also get to know TJ @RidersDiscount . He has helped me a lot in the past with proper parts selection, advice, and discounts!

hit me up any time'
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just curious... as someone who's ridden plenty before taking the MSF course, did you get anything out of doing the class? did you learn something you didn't know or relearn something you forgot?
I took the returning rider course as a refresher. This is different from the basic course. Also, it's good for a 12% discount with my insurance carrier Erie. At least that's what my agent said.

Did I learn something new? Not really, but it was good to get out with someone that is an actual coach, who could provide good feedback. It certainly sped up my return to confidence!

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cool, i've talked to some people interested in the Refresher Course, but i have no clue as to the format... i'll tell everyone it's a good idea

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I took the returning rider course as a refresher. This is different from the basic course. Also, it's good for a 12% discount with my insurance carrier Erie. At least that's what my agent said.
We were told we'd get a 10-15% discount at our course... called my insurance (State Farm), and they gave me 5% IIRC which is pretty much a joke.

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