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Hey everyone,

New to the forum and just checking things out. Been a Yamaha guy all my life from an 07 R6 to a 15 FZ-07 for the street and many different Yamaha dirt bikes and now looking to continue the tradition with an FZ-10.

I will probably just linger around in the background on here until I actually pick one up but interested to see what everyone is doing to their FZ-10.

- Josh
 

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Welcome.

That's quite the history of bikes to come from.

Have you started to inquire at your local dealer about the FZ? Going to any bike shows near you to check one out?
 

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Welcome to the forums ! You're like much of us that are just testing the waters and learning before pulling the trigger on one.
 

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Welcome! And go ahead and pull that trigger. I double dog dare you...
 

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Welcome! And go ahead and pull that trigger. I double dog dare you...
Pull the trigger and empty the whole clip!
The longer he's here the more he'll want an FZ-10... expect one, it's just how things work around here ;)

I think Calgary has some nice roads for the FZ, i'm sure OP can go more into detail about that.
 

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Welcome.
That's quite the history of bikes to come from.

Have you started to inquire at your local dealer about the FZ? Going to any bike shows near you to check one out?
I have been bugging my friends at a few of the local dealers. There are a few sitting around in their showrooms but with the end of the season upon us, I will probably wait until spring 2017 to make the switch.


Pull the trigger and empty the whole clip!
The longer he's here the more he'll want an FZ-10... expect one, it's just how things work around here ;)

I think Calgary has some nice roads for the FZ, i'm sure OP can go more into detail about that.
There are quite a few nice roads/full day rides all around here. Luckily for me, most of them start right at my front door where I am an hour to Canmore/Banff and for full day rides the amazing Highwood Pass (highway 40) being the highest paved pass in Canada at 2,206m (7,237ft).


I would really like to see the Blue colour scheme come to North America as well but if it doesn't the Grey/Green one would probably be the one I end up with.
 

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Good call on when to make that switch. Plus it saves you on insurance since your not paying for a bike that will sit all winter and wasting away all those warranty months.
 
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