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Anyone have any idea if the R15 V2 is recommended for a female rider, who is just 154cm?

 

My girlfriend is 161cm, need to tip-toe a little when stationary, riding-wise no issue. Have to test ride to see if you're comfortable.

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Hey bro the gpr pipe you selling is it?

 

 

 

 

 

Guys im intending to clear some items that may be useful or a want for some of you guys.

1) GPR FS titatnium with certification (minor scratch)

2) PC5 that can be used for R15 and R125. (just need to do ur mapping according to individual bike , dyno woould cost around $150)

 

 

*Do drop me msg in my inbox if anyone interested.

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Hi guys, I got into an accident and I need to repair/replace bike fairings before returning to the shop. Yes the shop knows about it and allowed me to repair on my own and just pay them the rent. Can anyone intro me any affordable shops to repair the fairings as this is V1 and finding the fairings is very hard now.

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Triggered by a posting with regarding to YZF-R15 V3 and was instantly amazed at the machine.

Had the V1 in way back in 14 and I still remember the days where I would deliberately go bike shopping while taking lessons from SSDC. Imaginations sets in whenever I walk by the glass panel and step one "oh, I had a 2B license for the longest time and Im not too sure it R15 is the right bike?" and proceed asking alot of questions. Questions that for a bike veteran like them wold instantly call bluff at my lack of biking knowledge.

 

This thread has been the motivation for my grueling bike lessons where I faced failure for a certain lesson. The posts here were just too darn tempting for me to jump onto any bike. Hack! I would join pizzahut just to ride a bike, but I dont have a license. The people here exchanging bike talks made me even distant as I really dont have a machine to talk about nor to share about my observations.

Soon, TP came. The test of my lifetime (I had PPL test hence I think I was more grounded this time round?) as this is what I have really wanted.

 

I passed. On my first try.

 

Almost instantly, I grab my license slip and rush to Dominoes wanting to apply as a rider. It was the Sembawang road branch. Eventually I could ride on the road.. BIG TIME! As thanks to Dominoes, I have great wealth of experience in riding outside of what I learned in the school. Every dollar I saved up, every delivery I made. I know "debbie" would come to me. Yes, debbie was the name of my R15. (Cause I cannot afford a Derbi RS anyways).

I ever pestered my buddy to be my guarantor for my loan for Debbie cause I didnt want my parents to know.

I eventually knew some like-minded peeps here whom is more than willing to give me a ride down to see bike and even place my order for 1.

 

The waiting time was 2 weeks for my bike to be prepped. I managed to save up $5K with insurance for my bike. It was a total wait of 8 months. Every single second I would walk past that same bikeshop to look at R15 models. I still recall the song that I always hum to was "Owl City - Enchanted", original by Tylor Swift where Adam Young expresses his profound love via music to Tylor. I was professing to Debbie.

Remember I was saying that the ppl here seems to be so high up and unapproachable? I met them all. The first TeamR was formed and I get to meet the dev, whom seemingly so active and knowledgeable here. I was very honored to ride alongside with them for all those roundings, touring to Malaysia, petrol runs, supper runs and random 13-tiang race.

Debbie could achieve 400KM before reserve. Debbie goes up to a good 155km/h without slopes.

So much so that I travelled to Malacca while Debbie was 3months old and the furthest achieved was Betong. All these were made possible with good commandarie, common objective, riding chemistry and great communication synergy. I recall them crew had a mix of 3 class 2, 5 class2A and 2 class2B.

 

Soon enough a number of us became the 2nd Gen dev for TeamR. It was more than a dream came through.

We participated events with SBF, major riding magazines and numerous product launched. All of those couldnt come from the core riding group of ppl with exceptional respect for each other and riding chemistry.

So guys, if you have a dream. Ride on. Ride safe. Be humble. Dont lose your head.

 

From time to time I will come in to SBF to re-visit those days I hawk it out on this thread. Learn and ask intelligent questions.

Dont expect ppl to spoonfeed you. Why? Cause if you dont have the slightest idea in your mind, how would a place with more than 10contributors help you? Wouldnt it make you more confused? Learn up on the basics (Its irritating when ppl ask about FC to Speed, legal pipe, accessories etc), visit bike shop, ride and experience!

You see, you may have an accolade of bikes ever owned or ridden. But if you dont have the slightest concept of riding safety, you dont deserve to be called a rider.

Well wishes to all past, present and future riders. Ride on. Cause the horizon you see as a rider is the best you could get out of any land transport. Any. Period.

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Triggered by a posting with regarding to YZF-R15 V3 and was instantly amazed at the machine.

Had the V1 in way back in 14 and I still remember the days where I would deliberately go bike shopping while taking lessons from SSDC. Imaginations sets in whenever I walk by the glass panel and step one "oh, I had a 2B license for the longest time and Im not too sure it R15 is the right bike?" and proceed asking alot of questions. Questions that for a bike veteran like them wold instantly call bluff at my lack of biking knowledge.

 

This thread has been the motivation for my grueling bike lessons where I faced failure for a certain lesson. The posts here were just too darn tempting for me to jump onto any bike. Hack! I would join pizzahut just to ride a bike, but I dont have a license. The people here exchanging bike talks made me even distant as I really dont have a machine to talk about nor to share about my observations.

Soon, TP came. The test of my lifetime (I had PPL test hence I think I was more grounded this time round?) as this is what I have really wanted.

 

I passed. On my first try.

 

Almost instantly, I grab my license slip and rush to Dominoes wanting to apply as a rider. It was the Sembawang road branch. Eventually I could ride on the road.. BIG TIME! As thanks to Dominoes, I have great wealth of experience in riding outside of what I learned in the school. Every dollar I saved up, every delivery I made. I know "debbie" would come to me. Yes, debbie was the name of my R15. (Cause I cannot afford a Derbi RS anyways).

I ever pestered my buddy to be my guarantor for my loan for Debbie cause I didnt want my parents to know.

I eventually knew some like-minded peeps here whom is more than willing to give me a ride down to see bike and even place my order for 1.

 

The waiting time was 2 weeks for my bike to be prepped. I managed to save up $5K with insurance for my bike. It was a total wait of 8 months. Every single second I would walk past that same bikeshop to look at R15 models. I still recall the song that I always hum to was "Owl City - Enchanted", original by Tylor Swift where Adam Young expresses his profound love via music to Tylor. I was professing to Debbie.

Remember I was saying that the ppl here seems to be so high up and unapproachable? I met them all. The first TeamR was formed and I get to meet the dev, whom seemingly so active and knowledgeable here. I was very honored to ride alongside with them for all those roundings, touring to Malaysia, petrol runs, supper runs and random 13-tiang race.

Debbie could achieve 400KM before reserve. Debbie goes up to a good 155km/h without slopes.

So much so that I travelled to Malacca while Debbie was 3months old and the furthest achieved was Betong. All these were made possible with good commandarie, common objective, riding chemistry and great communication synergy. I recall them crew had a mix of 3 class 2, 5 class2A and 2 class2B.

 

Soon enough a number of us became the 2nd Gen dev for TeamR. It was more than a dream came through.

We participated events with SBF, major riding magazines and numerous product launched. All of those couldnt come from the core riding group of ppl with exceptional respect for each other and riding chemistry.

So guys, if you have a dream. Ride on. Ride safe. Be humble. Dont lose your head.

 

From time to time I will come in to SBF to re-visit those days I hawk it out on this thread. Learn and ask intelligent questions.

Dont expect ppl to spoonfeed you. Why? Cause if you dont have the slightest idea in your mind, how would a place with more than 10contributors help you? Wouldnt it make you more confused? Learn up on the basics (Its irritating when ppl ask about FC to Speed, legal pipe, accessories etc), visit bike shop, ride and experience!

You see, you may have an accolade of bikes ever owned or ridden. But if you dont have the slightest concept of riding safety, you dont deserve to be called a rider.

Well wishes to all past, present and future riders. Ride on. Cause the horizon you see as a rider is the best you could get out of any land transport. Any. Period.

 

This is truly inspiring. Thank you for sharing your story.

 

" you may have an accolade of bikes ever owned or ridden. But if you dont have the slightest concept of riding safety, you dont deserve to be called a rider."

I cant tell you how much I agree with this statement. I can't stress how much defensive riding mean to us. Considering we're human-wrap-metal, we only have a helmet and our riding gears(clothing,gloves,footwear) to protect us in case of a crash.

 

I don't care how fast my bike can go from 0-100. The only thing I care about is how fast I can go from 100-0.

 

Going fast isn't what kills you, being unable to stop fast when danger is perceived is the reason people die

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