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Old 04-07-2010, 02:25 PM   #1
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In Ride Like a Pro V, you'll see a modified version of the police motor officer course and exercises that can be mastered in just a few hours of practice. I'll show you the most common mistakes actual students make. I'll show you the proper line through the lines painted on the course as it's actually being ridden. I'll show you what happens to students when the proper line is not followed. We even show you overhead views of the pro's doing it the correct way.

In this new DVD, I'll also show you new exercises in the citizen's portion that will help you to transition to the actual motor officer course you'll see later in this video.

In the actual motor officer course you'll get all the tips, tricks and techniques you'll need to master that course and bring your skills to a whole new level.

Ride Like a Pro V is a replacement for my first four videos. It includes all the information from Ride Like a Pro I, II, III, IV plus much more. In other words, there is no need to have viewed the first four DVDs to understand the techniques I'll show you in Ride Like a Pro V.

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i dont know about their dvd's but their classes are great

www.ridelikeaprohouston.com
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i dont know about their dvd's but their classes are great

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Ive been on rides with the instructors here in houston

we took a trip they came on out to Twisted sisters

these guys on those damned harley cruisers were blowing past all the liter bikes like they were standing still, I was on my Duc 1098S and couldn't even come close unless they slowed for me or we got out of the curves for a few sec, the way they can handle those giant bikes is beyond me man


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Dude, that woman in that vid with the cops ridind in a group of 4 was so hot!
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All but one got off on the highside.......
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For you track guys... When you highside, during the milisecond prior to regaining traction, is there anything you can do -apply rear brake, lay the bike down, do you have any sense that you are about to regain traction??
Might be a stupid question, guess what I am asking is: are highsides avoidable, or inevitable regardless of experience...

Yes I have never been on a track, but would like to learn.
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For you track guys... When you highside, during the milisecond prior to regaining traction, is there anything you can do -apply rear brake, lay the bike down, do you have any sense that you are about to regain traction??
Might be a stupid question, guess what I am asking is: are highsides avoidable, or inevitable regardless of experience...

Yes I have never been on a track, but would like to learn.
Ok, probably not an appropriate question for this thread...
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