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  1. #1
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    Smile hi new here

    just bought my first motorcycle a boulelvard c-40.
    sat on lots of bikes and being a female this one fit "me" the best! the honda shadow felt too wide for me.

    I like that its not too heavy and the style of the handlebars etc.

    anyone out there have the same one?

    any suggestions of a road side assistance program for ny?

    thanks

    sue

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    Forensic Bug Splatter Analyst
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    Welcome to the forum

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    Good to have you, Sue. I shortened your username, assuming it was an accident. PM me if you need any more help.



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    Dogs Best Friend(admin)
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    Welcome, Sue

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    Welcome to funville! Ride Safe, Ride Often!

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    Quote Originally Posted by starmom
    just bought my first motorcycle a boulelvard c-40.
    I've never seen a c40 before. A s40 perhaps?

    Welcome aboard and post some pics when you have the chance.

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    Being its a motorcycle, you may have a problem getting roadside assistance.

    Ask your dealer, there should be a course like motorcycle 101, which teaches you the basics of motorcycle maintenance. Also there may be a womens riding club, like Women in the wind.

    Enjoy and ride safe.

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    Sue, the only Roadside Assistance I know of is with new Harley's (that does make sense), Check with your Insurance Provider, they may offer a program or know of one, also have a link here I just learned about for AMA's MOTOW Emergency Roadside Assistance
    http://www.ama-cycle.org/roadride/assist.asp
    "THE KEY TO RIDING SAFELY IS HUMILITY, WITHOUT HUMILITY YOU HAVEN'T A CHANCE IN HELL"

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    Throttle Jockey
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    I insure my bike with www.Bike-line.com and for $16 / year I have a good roadside assistance plan. It came in handy when I had a flat last year out between nowhere and East Overshoe...

    Welcome!
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    In Canada, you can get CAA plus and it covers motorcycles $99/year.

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    welcome just got the c50t myself

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    Talking thanks all......

    1. you are correct its a S40.....im old ok? LOL
    2. I will check out those companies.......
    with honda and harleys they have it, with suzuki they dont.

    Am mechanical but bikes are all new to me, havent worked on a car in YEARS and it was very little when I did, usually messing with it enough to get it home.

    dont want to have a flat and not have a plan in mind, im just made that way.

    Thanks again;
    Sue

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    Welcome, Sue (and apologies for not getting to this sooner - - been a bit busy lately). Best insurance against getting stuck out someplace I've found is simply to not ride alone. Still end up doing that, but hey, can't insure against everything all the time.
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    i actually got bike insurance with roadside assistance from progressive insurance. i was happy with the coverage and pricing.............

    passed my road test today and picked up my new S40........yippee

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    Forensic Bug Splatter Analyst
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    Congrats on the bike purchase


 

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