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+2 on the above. Current statistics show that new or returning riders in their late '40s to mid '60s are the nost likely to suffer a fatal accident. The primary reasons are "Lack of Training" and "Too Large of a First Bike", along with lack of protective gear.
Riding is not a pastime to take lightly, and no matter what you think you know about it, if you take a course you will realize you don't know crap!
So make this a lifetime adventure together and start right!
My wife is a Field Deputy MI so I get lots of exposure to the bad end of it. And she is a hardcore rider herself!
Robbie
riding 45+ years
Own 25+ bikes
 

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Have a blast then dillweed!!!!
And savor the time with your dad. Mine has been gone a long time. We never got to do much of anything together!
Robbie
 
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