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So I have been riding around on my motorcycle permit the last few months. Some 23 years ago was the last time I rode a bike up until January of this year when I bought a Suzuki M50 and then in February I bought my Stryker. So I decided to sign up for the Motorcycle Safety Foundation course. This class was great and alot of fun bringing some new stuff I never knew to the table and refreshing what I used to know. While I had to endure riding a Suzuki GZX 250 for 2 days which isn't the most comfortable thing to ride at 6'3" and 280 pounds it made me realise how much I needed to practice certain things. Almost anyone can ride in a straight line, these guys put us through some really good scenarios and cornering test. In the end my confidence and skills definately improved and I walked away with a waiver for my license! ;D I would recommend a course like this to new and old riders. If anything it puts you to the test in what you know.