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MSF website address?
I was wondering if anyone knows the address for the MSF. I'm thinking of taking the course ,so I can get my license .I have been riding on a permit to long and it will be expiring soon into the upcoming season.
I should also mention that you need to get your registration in fast as hell if you plan on taking it in any of the earlier scheduled dates. For example, if registration starts on January 5th, plan on staying up 'til midnight the evening of the 4th to send in your fax.
thanks Maks,that's the main reason why I'm tring to get ready.I missed it last year . then i decided to just go to the DMV and take the test.None my close friends ride,so I didn't think it would be smart to just popup by myself with a permit to take the road test.I should be able to pass it,no problem(i gots skills) thanks again for the site
Join Date: Dec 2002
i'll ask my buddy since he is one of the head guys of Motorcycle safety in illinois. he'll be able to tell me the fastest way on how to get signed up.
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Cool I've been looking for that site. My G/F wants to take the class
I'm not short. I'm aerodynamically efficient.
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Join Date: Apr 2002
Location: Dundee, IL
Location: Dundee, IL
Sportbike: BMW Dakar
Years Riding: since '00
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Last year I sent the fax for the advances class the morning reg opened, and it was already full. They do have walk ins, 1st come, 1st serve. You can always just practice at the DMV facility too (that tight crap is alot harder than you think, I failed my 1st time, and that was after 10k miles of real street experience). The DMV doesn't care if you come alone. Heck I didn't have a MC lisense until after I started riding with you guys
Join Date: Oct 2002
I'll toot the horn again... and recommend Motorcycle Riding School here in the city (they're on halsted like a mile from my house). It's $300, but they have REALLY small classes and the instructors are top notch. Plus you get it done in 2 days and get your voucher to take into the DMV. I think I missed 1 point on the exam and that was cause the shitty dualie I took the course on had a shitty rear tire and it chirped a bit on the quick-stop. Plus you don't have to worry about waiting in line as a standby. Low-speed manuvering is the focus and I'm glad I learned it
I'm just thinking about giving it a try,it won't hurt If I can't get in I'll just play it by ear ,but Iwon't be riding on the permit (not alot).$300for the riding school.then I wouldn't be able to get one those slipon things