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Old 12-18-2009, 04:16 PM   #21
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Buy a cheap dirt bike, maybe a CRF100 and do some trail riding for a few months, that will help her greatly.
I'm going to check out a cheap GS500 for her to learn on this afternoon. A cheap dirtbike that could be converted for supermoto would be really cool, but I don't have a truck to transport it in and it doesn't look like most of those are normally street legal.
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Old 12-18-2009, 04:28 PM   #23
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but learning to ride two wheels get her on a bicycle. Bicycle is the best practice for the msf they are better at teaching shifting and braking then you are.
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tell her pedal as fast as she can and start turning and weaving.
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Allen Parkway today at 4pm.

Allen parkway is very bumpy and has a ton of crazy turns, it's expecially fun going double the posted limit, plus some change.
Everybody will be trying to get home early so make sure your ready by 4 so you get the peak of the traffic.

If she can make it to Shepherd, she no longer needs to take the MSF course
sounds like how i learned.
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tell her pedal as fast as she can and start turning and weaving.
true pedal as fast as she can and if she keeps that up you will have a GF with a great hard body for the bedroom too.
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Take the class, she'll be nevous at first but when she see's old guys droping bikes she'll be fine.

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I was today around 59 & Bellaire and there is a mall there that has a part empty, seems like a grwat spot right there.
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but learning to ride two wheels get her on a bicycle. Bicycle is the best practice for the msf they are better at teaching shifting and braking then you are.
+1 That's what I did and I also rode a dirtbike in the back pasture.Awesome cycles was a awesome place and you really learn and have fun doing it.
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Empty HS parking lot! Definately! And Irak also brought upa very good point! Trail riding will sharpen her skills dramatically, along with her confidence.
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