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    New Member

    Retired, now posting as 12many so as not to be confused with hondfan on the other ctx forum.
    Last edited by hondafan; 01-28-2018 at 10:06 AM. Reason: now posting as 12many

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    Senior Member Woodswoman's Avatar
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    Jun 2016
    Northern Catskill Mountains, upstate New York
    Welcome, Hondafan. Pull up a chair; beer's in the fridge.
    2014 Honda CTX700ND, "Flicker"
    Former rides
    Cruisers: Victory Cross Roads, Kawasaki Vulcan 1500 Classic, Suzuki Boulevard C50, Suzuki Marauder 800
    Scooters: Suzuki Burgman 650, Suzuki Burgman 400, Honda Elite 80

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    Welcome hondafan. You'll like it over here.

    Current ride: 2015 Honda CTX700N DCT ABS
    Puig Universal Touring windscreen
    Custom Taylor 33 reflective rim tape
    Corbin standard seat
    Mutazu rear rack assembly
    Effem Tee closet rod mod
    Dream Apparel throw over saddle bags and Nomad trunk bag

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    Jan 2018
    Blue Ridge GA
    Welcome aboard hondafan,
    Glad you are along for the ride....
    Smart choice, indeed !

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    Super Moderator MJC's Avatar
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    May 2016
    Mid Hudson Valley, 60 miles N of NYC
    Welcome from NY.

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    Member mtvic's Avatar
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    Aug 2017
    N. of Tampa Bay, FL
    You're near me! Up in Dade City, I'm in St. Pete a lot. Love how they've revitalized Beach Dr. welcome!
    2014 CTX 700 dct
    2016 NM4

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    Member kujawskir's Avatar
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    Aug 2016
    Carlisle, PA
    Quote Originally Posted by hondafan View Post
    Its not until you crash a motorcycle that you truly understand the consequences of crashing a motorcycle!! A little less throttle and a little more brake makes all the difference if you know what I mean!!!!!
    Welcome !

    I agree almost completely, in the cager daddy taught us that most of any brake needed was because throttle already applied was taking you beyond the target. He said thinking ahead would save effort, increase efficiency, and make for a safer drive.
    I'm more in the middle, not often going so slow to bother the person behind me unless the red light is clearly in sight. I do use more brake on the bike than I need, but not a lot.

    Shiny side up,
    - K

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    Jan 2018
    St Petersburg fl.
    Since there are one too many hondafans between the two forums I retired hondafan and will be posting as 12MANY to avoid any confusion between us as being the same person. Same great posts , less confusion.

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