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Passing the MSF
September 4, 2008 at 4:34 am #2035REDLINE_87Participant
I’m really excited about getting into motorcycles I’ve loved them all my life and been riding dirtbikes for 4 years and I’m ready to make the jump to the streets I’ve done my reaserch and basically found the bike i want (suzuki sv650 sf) but on to the topic im sorta nervous about taking the msf course my dirtbike was just a 70 and ive ridden a kx 100 but im not great on the clutching and gears yet and im worried ill blow 200 bucks by failing so if you guys could give me some insight or stories about your experience with the course i would appreciate the encouragement. because im excited to get my liscence, find a bike, and start practicing……thanks
another question: is it more difficult at the mva or does that make a difference?September 4, 2008 at 7:02 am #11643NoobacycleParticipant
I never took the mva before but from what I hear, they make you perform the same things you practice and perform during the MSF test.
I took and passed the MSF course two weeks ago. I enjoyed the course immensely. They don’t B.S. you and teach you real world riding skills that you’ll use day in and day out. Being that you’ve had some dirt riding experience, you are well ahead of most students and should breeze by.September 4, 2008 at 3:12 pm #11658cybrnathanParticipant
I passed the MSF course last weekend. If you just relax and pay attention you’ll do fine. Did I mention “RELAX !!!”. That’s the key. Just relax and enjoy the riding. My instructor said you basically get to ride the equivalent of 300 miles during the course, so just have fun.
“The brick walls are not there to keep us out. The brick walls are there to give us a chance to show how badly we want something” – Randy Pausch
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