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  • Newiiie

    Hey Guys im Jai,

    I have a 06 blk ZX6R that i bought brandnew and it still only has 217 kms on it. Due to working overseas and on the mines etc. Im still learning so i can get my R class. Does anyone know of a good instructor who supplies a decent bike? Ive gone to a few but you need to supplie yr bike or they have something so old its like an ancient harley that is awkward to ride. Im SOR but i dont mind traveling for decent instruction.

    Cheerssss Guys.
    One day my boat will come, but i will be at the airport.

  • #2
    Heaps of Instructors in the yellow pages, ring a few and find out if they come to you and what tyope of bikes they have.

    Look in the 250 section, there is a list of available shadows in there. Some peeps might give you grief about winging to get a shadow, just ignore them

    There are a few FIFO guys that don't mind going for a ride during the day, you'll get some extra Km's up that way, depending on where you live as to how easy it is to find a shadow as well.

    Hope to see you out there soon clocking up the kms on a lurvely bike


    • #3
      Hiya Newt

      and welcome to PSB

      goodluck with getting your R class

      cya around



      • #4
        That nick won't be haunting you in 2 years time.

        Oh well, welcome to PSB
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        • #5
          oohh someone else with a excellent taste for bikes ...

          The old bikes are good to get your licence on as they are easier for doing your O turns etc ... most use like a GS500 or something similar. I don't know many that ask you to supply your own bike though.

          Good luck ...


          • #6
            welcome and enjoy your stay
            If you are not growing you must be dead

            Formally known as Markvk


            • #7
              Welcome to PSB, good luck with getting your R's.
              Riding - Living the dream...


              • #8
                Welcome to PSB.
                Originally posted by barfridge View Post
                That nick won't be haunting you in 2 years time.

                Oh well, welcome to PSB
                I imagine it'll be getting old by the end of the first meet with introductions.


                • #9
                  welcome to psb


                  • #10
                    howdy, welcome, noice ride you got there!!!

                    c u out there!


                    • #11