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:lol: well, I was 18ish first time i took the controls but it wasn't till nearly 20 years later that I became a good rider.
 

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I'm talking street bikes sir. I serioudly doubt you would be larger enough to fit a street bike at the age of 6. thanks anyway, and yeah this is legally.


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ZX-10R Urza said:
I'm talking street bikes sir. I serioudly doubt you would be larger enough to fit a street bike at the age of 6. thanks anyway, and yeah this is legally.


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I figured but just wanted to qualify. Legally started riding on street vote placed :)

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Well, its not just that, I know poeple who are incredably intellegent, but they can't really put their thoughts into words, and they really don't think about what they say, Your real mature, glad to see a responsible young adult giving us all a good name 8)


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ZX-10R Urza said:
Well, its not just that, I know poeple who are incredably intellegent, but they can't really put their thoughts into words, and they really don't think about what they say, Your real mature, glad to see a responsible young adult giving us all a good name 8)


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heh, I dunno if I'd go as far as saying I give young people a good name... I just don't talk about all the bad stuff I do (indoor riding and the like)
 

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I was 14, and I got my Iowa Moped license. I didn't see that choice on the poll... :(
 
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