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    Hi im new

    I'm currently living in Perth but i have a sister who lives in Sydney im thinking about doing my learners permit over their apparently its easy to do you go to the registry and you do a 2 day course they provide all the stuff anyways the main reason why im doing this is you don't have to ride a 250cc bike you can ride any of the following can any one tell me im after a road bike not a trail bike or classic bike more like a CBR or similar heh meh and NO rgv 250s i dont want a poxie 2 stroke they sound like lawn mowers

    here is a list of bikes you are allowed to ride any suggestions would be most appreciated also am i wasting my time cause you can ride the same bikes here in Perth on learners permit ? thanks in advance ( sorry about all long thread )


    AJS MODEL 18
    MODEL 30
    APRILA MOTO 6.5
    PEGASO 650
    PEGASO 650 I.E.
    RXV 450
    RXV 550
    SXV 450
    SXV 550
    ARIEL HUNTMASTER
    RED HUNTER 350
    RED HUNTER 500
    BENELLI Velvet 400
    BLTACO SHERPA
    BMW F650
    F650CS
    F650GD
    F650GS
    F650ST
    G450X
    R50
    R60
    R60/5
    R60/6
    R65
    R69
    BSA B33
    B50SS GOLDSTAR
    EMPIRESTAR
    GOLD STAR
    GOLDEN FLASH
    LIGHTNING
    SPITFIRE MKIII
    THUNDERBOLT
    CAGIVA 410TE
    610TE
    610TE-E
    CANYON 500
    CANYON 600
    RIVER 600
    W16 600
    COSSACK 650
    DERBI 659/659cafe
    DNEPER K650
    DOUG 350
    DUCATI 400 SS JUNIOR
    600 Monster City
    600M Monster
    DM450
    DM500
    M620ie (24kw LITE)
    SL 500 PANTAH
    SL 600 PANTAH
    600S Super Sport (1994-95)
    ENFIELD BULLET DELUXE
    BULLET ELECTRA
    BULLET 65
    BULLET CLASSIC
    TAURUS
    GASGAS
    EC300
    EC400
    FSE450
    FSE500
    FSE400
    Pamera450
    SM400
    SUPERMOTARD

    GILERA
    NEXUS
    FUOCO

    HARLEY SS350
    HONDA
    600V TRANSALP
    BROS
    CB350
    CB350F
    CB400
    CB400F
    CB400N
    CB400T
    CB500
    CB650
    CRF450
    CX500
    GB400
    GB500
    NT650v DEAUVILLE
    NX650
    FJS400A (SW-T400)
    FT500
    REVERE
    RVF400
    SH300 (NF02)
    SHADOW
    SILVERWING
    SL350
    VF400F
    VT400C SHADOW
    VT500
    VT600C
    XBR500
    XL350
    XL500
    XL600
    XL650 vTRANSALP
    XR350
    XR350R
    XR400M
    XR400R
    XR500
    XR600
    XR600R
    XR650L

    HUSABERG FE(ENDURO)4E8
    FE(ENDURO)5E8
    FE(ENDURO)7E8
    FE400
    FE450
    FE501
    FE550
    FE600
    FE650
    FS450
    FS650
    HUSQVANA 350TE
    400TE
    410TE
    430WR
    510TE
    610TE
    610TE-E
    SM450ie
    SM450R
    SM510ie
    SM510R
    SM 610
    TE450ie
    TE510ie
    TE610
    HYOSUNG COMET GT650L
    GV650L
    GT650SL
    GT650RL
    INDIAN 741 STOUT
    IZH Jupiter 350
    JAWA 350
    KAWASAKI EN450
    ER500A
    ER500C
    ER650C ER-6nL **
    ER650C ER-6nL ABS **
    EX650C Ninja 650RL **
    EX650C Ninja 650RL ABS **
    EX400
    EX500A
    KL600
    KL650A
    KL650B
    KL650C
    KL650E
    KLE500A
    KLR 650
    KLX300B
    KLX400B
    KLX450A
    KLX650B
    KLX650C
    KZ400
    KZ440
    KZ500
    KZ550
    LTD440
    Z600A
    Z650B
    ZR550B
    Z500
    KTM 625 SMC
    660 SMC
    EXC450
    EXC SERIES 300
    EXC SERIES 360
    EXC SERIES 380
    EXC SERIES 400
    EXC SERIES 510
    EXC SERIES 525
    GS SERIES 300
    GS SERIES 400
    GS SERIES 450
    GS SERIES 500
    GS SERIES 550
    GS SERIES 600
    LC4 SERIES 300
    LC4 SERIES 400
    LC4 SERIES 500
    LC4 SERIES 540
    LC4 SERIES 550
    LC4 SERIES 600
    LC4 SERIES 625
    LC4 SERIES 650
    LAVERDA 500
    MAICO 500
    MATCHLESS 600
    650
    G80 MAJOR
    MONTESSA COTA
    MORINI 350 SPORT
    500 STRADA
    500W
    MOTO GUZZI V35
    V50
    V65
    MUZ BAGHIRA 660
    SCORPION REPLICA
    SKORPION SPORT
    SKORPION TOUR
    MVAUGUSTA 350
    MZ ETZ250
    NORTON 50
    DOMINATOR
    ES2
    MODEL 88
    OZ TRIKES Boom 500
    PANTHER 600
    650
    PEUGEOT

    Geopolis 400cc
    Satelis 500cc
    PIAGGIO MP3 400
    X9 500
    XEVO 400
    RICKMAN 650
    ROYAL ENFIELD 650
    Bullet 500
    Lightning 500
    Bullet 350
    Diesel 324
    RUDGEWHITHWORTH 650
    Ulster
    SUZUKI AN400
    AN650
    DR350
    DR350S
    DR500
    DR600R
    DR650R
    DR650RE
    DR650RL
    DR650RSL
    DR650SE
    DR-Z400E
    GR650
    GS450E
    GS450S
    GS450SX
    GS500
    GS500E
    GS500K
    GS550
    GSX400E
    GSX400F
    GSX650FU
    LS650
    RE5
    SFV650U (Gladius)
    SV650SU
    XF650
    SYM CITYCOM 300
    TM 300 ENDURO
    TM300
    TM400
    TRIUMPH BONNEVILLE 650
    SPEEDTWIN
    T100 TIGER
    T100R DAYTONA 500
    THUNDERBIRD 650
    TROPHY 500
    TROPHY 650
    TRW25
    URAL 650
    VELOCETTE MAC 350
    MSS 500
    VENOM
    VOR 400 ENDURO
    450 ENDURO
    500 ENDURO
    530 ENDURO
    YAMAHA
    RD400
    RT350
    SR500
    SRX600
    SZR660
    TT350
    TT600
    TT600E
    TT600R
    TX650
    WR400F
    WR426F
    WR450
    XJ550
    XJ650
    XJR400
    XP500
    XS400
    XS650
    XT225
    XT350
    XT500
    XT550
    XT600
    XT660R
    XT660X
    XTZ660
    XV535
    XVS650
    XVS650A
    XZ400
    XZ550
    YP 400

    ** Added since last revision

  • #2
    Originally posted by L33T View Post
    NO rgv 250s i dont want a poxie 2 stroke they sound like lawn mowers


    go to sydney.


    oh, Hi!

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    • #3
      They have the LAMS system so yes you can ride bigger bikes (those on the list) than you can here. To get your L's over there though you must be residing in NSW so that means changing address and voting forms etc just to get a bigger bike on your restricted license that you cannot ride here.

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      • #4
        Nice first post...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Infusi0n View Post
          They have the LAMS system so yes you can ride bigger bikes (those on the list) than you can here. To get your L's over there though you must be residing in NSW so that means changing address and voting forms etc just to get a bigger bike on your restricted license that you cannot ride here.


          hehehe, Yeah!


          totally

          but seriously,

          Go to Sydney.

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          • #6
            so you want to get a nsw license so you can ride a lams bike.

            that's all good if you want to ride in nsw, come back here you cant use it.

            happend to a mate of mine who had a lams hyo 650 and his vic license. then he moved over here and riding it was illegal.

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            • #7
              when i lived in qld years ago i e a q-ride course it was a one day job.. i had to have my car licence for 3 years and that was it. past it straight away and had my open bike licence... do it mate you wont regret it.

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              • #8
                Howdy!



                It's not as much of a shortcut as you might think, as everyone has already pointed out.

                Do your time, be a better rider. Or if you MUST have a bigger bike, get one and ride with a shadow.
                "In all the human societies we have ever reviewed, in every age and in every state, there has seldom if ever been a shortage of eager young males prepared to kill and die to preserve the security, comfort and prejudices of their elders, and what you call heroism is just an expression of this fact; there is never a scarcity of idiots." -The Culture

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                • #9
                  Q-Ride no long allows you to get an open license straight away.

                  If he was to get a NSW license and bring his bike here and continue to ride on the NSW license i believe that he would be ok in WA on a LAMS bike. Correct me if i am wrong here.

                  But doing that just to ride a bigger bike is fucking rediculous. Those bikes wont be any faster if that is what you are chasing hence LAMS approved but if you are 6'6 and actually want a larger bike for the first year then just buy a Hyo or a cruiser so you aren't too uncomfortable.

                  If you wanted a faster bike buy an RGV 250 and deal with ning ning sound for a year.
                  Men have motorcycles while women have menstrual cycles, you can't talk to either while they are on it. The women's also has a sound, it goes nag-na-nag-nag-nag, biiiiiitch-bitch-biiiiiiiitch!

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                  • #10
                    i reackon get over yourself and just get your learners here......

                    or

                    go to sydney permanantly
                    A site all parents should check regulary
                    http://www.mako.org.au/temp_a.html

                    (+)

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                    • #11
                      I love these thread!
                      Can you help with foster care?
                      http://www.perthstreetbikes.com/foru...needed-163289/

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                      • #12
                        I am going to assume you are under 25 years of age.
                        So you have to do a weekend learners course (they supply all the gear, cost approx $250)
                        Then you have to go to motor registry and do a test (on the computer)
                        You then have to wait minimum 3 months but no longer than 6 months and do another weekend course (cost involved)
                        Recent changes now mean you have to remain on your P's for 3 years not 1 year.
                        I year as a P1 which means zero alcohol, max. speed of 90kph and only 4 demerit points
                        P2 for a further 2 years, zero alcohol, max. speed 100kph and licence suspended after second offence.
                        As for the rgv250 you have never been allowed to ride them on a restricted licence in NSW. There power to weight ratio has always put them off the list. Those little fuckers have a power band that will fuck you up if your not aware of it.
                        Thats alot of fucking around just to be able to brag to your mates.
                        Cause no one else is gunna give a fuck
                        What it can't reach it spits at

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                        • #13
                          I've just taken a secound look at the list, the Aprilia SVX550 is learner legal As well as beasts like the Huski 610's even the VOR. Thought it was based on a 150kw per tonne there is no way in a month of sundays any of those bikes come close to that ratio.
                          Harvey community radio has a motorcycling show listen over the web here www.harveycommunityradio.com.au ,Facebook here http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Mo...34691323302991 yes I am the goose that hosts it.

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                          • #14
                            I think they have to be restricted as part of the lams restrictions. Then after they're off their learners, they can be unrestricted.

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                            • #15
                              The SXV comes restricted from the factory...

                              You can 110 out of them down hill, lying flat...

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