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Well, technically I bought it from Tulsa, OK, but I do live in DFW. :giggle: I highly recommend K&N Powersports in Tulsa.

I’m new to sport bikes, with the R7 being my first. Though I’m pretty used to riding dirt bikes. I’ve got a ‘18 YZ250X and I just finished rebuilding a ‘98 Banshee. Thanks to quarantining I got back into powersports after riding them in HS way back.

Excited to learn and ride the R7 the best I can. I already bought some cones to hit my local parking lot. Anyways, I’m Scott, hi from TX!

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Well, technically I bought it from Tulsa, OK, but I do live in DFW. :giggle: I highly recommend K&N Powersports in Tulsa.

I’m new to sport bikes, with the R7 being my first. Though I’m pretty used to riding dirt bikes. I’ve got a ‘18 YZ250X and I just finished rebuilding a ‘98 Banshee. Thanks to quarantining I got back into powersports after riding them in HS way back.

Excited to learn and ride the R7 the best I can. I already bought some cones to hit my local parking lot. Anyways, I’m Scott, hi from TX!

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Congratulations Scott welcome to the forum! What convinced you to go with the R7 as your first sport bike?
 

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Congratulations Scott welcome to the forum! What convinced you to go with the R7 as your first sport bike?
I was honestly looking real hard at the R3, but was concerned I would outgrow it quickly. I went and sat on a few before I got my MC license and the sales guys were quick to point out I was too big for them. I'm not huge, 6ft., 200 lbs., and I know sales guys are always quick to try and up-sell you, but the R7 just seemed more like a bike I could grow with.
 
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