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    Unregistered User Array bombermanx's Avatar
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    newbie and bike maintenance course

    first of all, I am a new rider and want to say hi to everybody here.

    After reading a lot of the tips and suggestions given by you guys, I finally picked up my first bike last night. It is a blast to ride and not too slow at all as some of my buddies suggested.

    Anyways, I was thinking of taking the motorcycle maintenance course at BCIT which started on May 2, but it was full by the time i decided to sign up. There no schedule as to when the next one will start. Do anyone here know of anywhere else that teaches basic/intermediate maintenance?

    Thanks!

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    sorry, can't help ya on the course but welcome

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    Quote Originally Posted by bombermanx
    first of all, I am a new rider and want to say hi to everybody here.

    After reading a lot of the tips and suggestions given by you guys, I finally picked up my first bike last night. It is a blast to ride and not too slow at all as some of my buddies suggested.

    Anyways, I was thinking of taking the motorcycle maintenance course at BCIT which started on May 2, but it was full by the time i decided to sign up. There no schedule as to when the next one will start. Do anyone here know of anywhere else that teaches basic/intermediate maintenance?

    Thanks!
    The guys at Action told us about one of the guys at Imperial Motorcycles putting on a 3 1/2 hour basic maintenance seminar.

    It's $30.

    Not sure if this is the type of course you are looking for but here is the email address:
    actionmechanic@hotmail.com

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    looks like we clicked submit at the same time

    Quote Originally Posted by phantomgti
    The guys at Action told us about one of the guys at Imperial Motorcycles putting on a 3 1/2 hour basic maintenance seminar.

    It's $30.

    Not sure if this is the type of course you are looking for but here is the email address:
    actionmechanic@hotmail.com

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    A.G.A.T.T. Array phantomgti's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by aky
    looks like we clicked submit at the same time
    2 replies are better than none!

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    Last edited by phantomgti; 05-05-2005 at 12:56 PM.

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    Unregistered User Array bombermanx's Avatar
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    Almost forgot about the maintenance workshop thingy that Dat and other instructors mentioned when I was at Action!

    Thanks all!

    Looking forward to see you all on the road!

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