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Dear Friends.
I am newbie to the forum, but I d like to express my gratitude to all people thanks to whom we are able to share our ideas and get knowledge.
But do I have one suggestion : we discuss how to modify our bikes: get better look, get lightning speed, and so on... I do believe everybody, even experienced drivers would agree that our passion is dangerous, so safety is not the last thing we shall think about. Therefore I have the following suggestion : why dont we open the new disscussion thread where we all can share the dangerous situations we meet everyday on the road, and seek the solutions and caution to avoid such kind of peril, and become more expirienced in this regards. Also we can share with resources (book, sites, etc). Hope you will this matter helpful. As it says : Two heads are better than one.
 

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Welcome my humble friend! As I am Vector18! You are a most humble
and wise gentleman. That is a pleasant idea agreed! But I do
believe we have a 'general' section where we can discuss all sorts
of 'general' motorcycle issues and safety ideas? [/emoticons/emotion-2.gif]
 

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Sorry, dont understand you question about Fizuli. I am from Baku, capital of Azerbaijan Republic.
I still think it is better to dedicate special channel for safety discussions(suggestions, sample schemes) only, so people can use it as manual for themselves.
 

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Welcome to the 4m. You can always do a search for issues you wish to study and make your own manual. Just an idea.

quote:Originally posted by Farid

Sorry, dont understand you question about Fizuli. I am from Baku, capital of Azerbaijan Republic.
I still think it is better to dedicate special channel for safety discussions(suggestions, sample schemes) only, so people can use it as manual for themselves.
 

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never mind him farid he is from new york and when he gets old and retires he will probably move to florida and drive slow, thats just the way new yorkers are and you must keep a open mind about them[:0][/emoticons/emotion-3.gif)]
 

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quote:Originally posted by southboundchicken

never mind him farid he is from new york and when he gets old and retires he will probably move to florida and drive slow, thats just the way new yorkers are and you must keep a open mind about them[:0][/emoticons/emotion-3.gif)]


LOL! Southbound, sorry to say, but your probably right about that! [8D]
 

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Welcome to the forum, Farid. Hopefully, you have a sense of humour- the guys are just ribbing you because you're probably the first member we've had from your country- don't take them too seriously!!

Would like to see pic's of some of the scenery over there and what the country looks like.
 

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Hello Farid, a big welcome to the site and welcome to our little family. Safety of course is very much a personal thing, for example: in some places riders may not have to wear a helmet, in others it is compulsorary, some choose to wear one and some do not. Some folks would never ride without wearing full protective leathers and others like to wear just jeans, a T shirt and flip flops. I'm not convinced that a dedicated Forum regarding safety related issues is required here, as many have said, these types of issues are already covered in great depth in the General motorcycle forums. Things like "make sure that you put your stand down before you get off of your bike" I agree, is a useful nugget, and there sure are a few members here who could've used that tip before they dropped their beast! [/emoticons/emotion-5.gif]
 

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quote:Originally posted by vector18

quote:Originally posted by southboundchicken

never mind him farid he is from new york and when he gets old and retires he will probably move to florida and drive slow, thats just the way new yorkers are and you must keep a open mind about them[:0][/emoticons/emotion-3.gif)]


LOL! Southbound, sorry to say, but your probably right about that! [8D]
couldnt blame you if you did, i dont know how anybody gets thru the winters up there? you do have some beautiful riding country though[/emoticons/emotion-5.gif]
 

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Dear All. I was suggestion that users can share their own experience, sutuations which happened with them personally. Because if it happens to you, this might happen to others as well, therefore you can help somebody avoid your mistake.
Another reason - if something wrong happened to you, and you share the situation with buddies on forum, more experienced users can find where exactly your problem was and explain you how to avoid it in future.
Regarding sence of humor - sure no problem, but i find this joke very primitive, and not funny at all.

Some funny stories in this regards.B

1)Chevrolet tried to export their Chevrolet Nova to Mexico and other spanish-speaking countries they realised that Nova in Spanish means "Cannot Go"
2) In US there was a slogan for Coors beer advertisement Turn it loose! (Be free). But after translation to spanish it meant "suffer from diarrhea"
3. Pafrum company Clairol presents new dry deodorant in Germany and using name Mist Stick. After sometime they realise that Mist in German slang means dung
4. Colgate-Palmolive presents new toothpase to French market named Cue. After sometime they come to know thats the name of famouse french pornomagazine.
5.Pepsi translates into Chineese it is main slogon (Come Alive with Pepsi Generation). Chineese were shocked - it meant in chineese - Pepsi will make your ancestry come back from their graves
6. For a long time Coca-cola could not find appopriate name for itself to make sales in China. The problem is that Chinese spell it as Kukukella - which means bite the tadpole. They tried 40.000 combinations, and finally choosed Cocu Colye which stands for Happiness in Mouth
7.Frank Purdue, in US uses slogan It takes a strong man to make a tender chicken. After translation into spanish this phrase got other meaning: "Sexually exited men required to make chicken soft"
8.American Airlines installed new leather seats and tried to notify about that Mexican consumers/ Fly in leather in english,
it mean Fly nude in spanish
9.Scandinavian Electrolux brought their vacuum to US market using slogan Nothing Sucks Like an Electrolux. You know better than me what does that mean.
Bye guys, have a nice day
 

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welcome - as far motorcycle safety - here on the U.S., we've got the MSF (motorcycle safety foundation) that talks about the dos and don'ts to a safe motorcycle ride - and in florida where i am, a course from them is a prerequisite to obtain a motorcycle license
 

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Farid, welcome to the forum and what a great idea. In some forums, they have something like a crash report sections for posting your experiences.

BTW, I love your sense of humor

So does that mean Harley translates out to "Someone needs oil again?"
 

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Welcome Farid, glad to see warrior owner in your part of the world.

Few tips I have, ideas and knowledge. Use the search feature on this site, you wont be disappointed. "Active Topics" under "Forums" is a cool feature as well. Other than that you should be able to navigate fairly easy here.

BTW: You have a good start in life, looked at your profile. Age 13 Married and an IT. Wow man, whats your secret to an early success?

Have a blast on your warrior!
 
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