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    My mum's been nagging me to get a licence to drive cars lately, and it's got me into a motorcycling mood. I found several motorcycling schools. Some offer a complete 4 day course. Others offer 5 and even 6 day course. I doubt I'll pass first time round but my ego tells me I will, so I contacted one of them asking for the 4 day course. They told me because I have no experience with motorbikes, I should go for a 5 or 6 day course, which is a lot more expensive. Greedy me wants to pay less, but will going for the cheaper option have side effects... such as losing a leg or two while on the road? :confused:

    I was originally thinking of taking horse riding lessons but the only nearest school I could find taught 11 weeks, which I don't have. Uni in September. :mad: After seeing news about this person who was trampled to death by a horse, I lost my mood. :rolleyes:
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    I'd go for the motorcycling lessons these days. Keeping a bike is cheaper than a horse and your uni is more likely to have bike sheds than stables. Also, it could take you quite a while to get back home on horseback!
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    (Original post by Connemara)
    I'd go for the motorcycling lessons these days. Keeping a bike is cheaper than a horse and your uni is more likely to have bike sheds than stables. Also, it could take you quite a while to get back home on horseback!
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    How are you going to lose a leg or 2 while on the road?!

    Unless you are a complete muppet, im sure you will be ok and still have all your limbs. :toofunny:

    get a Honda Goldwing.
 
 
 
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