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Hello everyone just wanted to say hi,and say I am a proud new owner of a 2013 repsol model.I grew up on motorcycles,and roadraced two-stroke motorcycles.What drew me to the cbr250r was the fact moto gp did away from two-strokes.
 

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Welcome. I hope you enjoy your new ride :)
 

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The dealer told me the 21st of this month and will deliver to my home.As soo as it gets here I will take some photos and post.I already have a full yosh exhaust,gold rearsets,and clip-ons.Thank you everyone for a warm welcome.....
 

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Welcome!

I know you will enjoy your ride; the CBR-250R is a fine machine.
It is well built and economical to ride. I find the fuel gauge quirky,
and I have not yet got used to how far I can go when 1 bar shows.

But that limitation, like most, is due to my inattention.
Fix the nut holding the handlebars, and you solve most motorcycle troubles.

I have an interesting ride for you to consider:
visit St. George Island Lighthouse.
Details: Home Page | St. George Lighthouse Association

Once upon a time, it was leaning precariously.


And then it toppled.


But it has been rebuilt. It no longer protects ships, so it need not be close
to the water, so it is well protected by a row of otherwise useless condos.

Our state has a long history, and it is fun to learn some.
Having a fine motorcycle makes the process fun and cheap.

Nice, eh?
Keith
 

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Welcome. I am a fan of the Repsol. Congrats!!

BTW...Do you live near a curve, there in Florida? :D
 
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