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Congrats! Remember you never stop learning and you make your own luck on a bike! Plan ahead and don't get sucked in to going faster than you're comfortable with :thumb: wishing you many happy decades of biking :cheers:

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my advice is just to relax module 1 is not so bad once you are out on the pad, module 2 just treat it as a normal ride the examiners are normal blokes who ride motorbikes themselves and aren't out to fail you they just want to ensure you are safe enough for the roads. I got a few minors for going too close to cars when i went around speed bumps. I want to get the Yamaha MT 09 Tracer as I want a bike I can use to commute to work and which would also be comfortable for touring with a pillion.

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