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    Registered User nicksudano's Avatar
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    Newbie to riding and love my new GSA!

    Brand new to the club and new to riding. I am looking for a repair/parts manual for my new 2013 GSA. Don't need the manual yet but I am sure I will at some point! Hello all!
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    Welcome...

    to the forum and congratulations on the beautiful new bike!

    I guess one could say you jumped in with both feet.

    Enjoy the ride and be safe out there.

    Scot
    2012 R1200RT - Fluid Grey Metallic

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    Quote Originally Posted by liv2ride View Post
    to the forum and congratulations on the beautiful new bike!

    I guess one could say you jumped in with both feet.

    Enjoy the ride and be safe out there.

    Scot
    Thanks Scot

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    Service?

    In regard to service, I don't have a manual but I did pick up one of Jim's service DVD's. Check out his site, the DVD certainly makes service simple.

    http://jimvonbaden.com/

    Scot
    2012 R1200RT - Fluid Grey Metallic

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    Welcome to the Forum

    Great looking bike!

    Ride safe
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    Welcome, Nick! Awesome machine!

    You mentioned this was your first bike and you are new to the sport. If you haven't done so, may I respectfully suggest you take the BRC 2 to help you hone your skills and really get a feel for the GS.

    Lots of new friends to be found here. Enjoy and be safe!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newstar View Post
    Welcome, Nick! Awesome machine!

    You mentioned this was your first bike and you are new to the sport. If you haven't done so, may I respectfully suggest you take the BRC 2 to help you hone your skills and really get a feel for the GS.

    Lots of new friends to be found here. Enjoy and be safe!
    Thank you Tracey

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    Quote Originally Posted by liv2ride View Post
    In regard to service, I don't have a manual but I did pick up one of Jim's service DVD's. Check out his site, the DVD certainly makes service simple.

    http://jimvonbaden.com/

    Scot
    I just may get that DVD now!

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    Welcome to the club! I agree as the other users stated, that is a fine bike. I am new to riding too and found my F650GS a little challenging with the throttle control. But like anything, practice got me thru. Take care and safe riding.

    Bruce S.
    "He who hesitates, is lost". TML

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