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Old 01-23-2007, 02:32 PM   #21
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Old 01-23-2007, 02:35 PM   #27
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hellz yeah, Brian needs to get out on that f4i more!
Can i go? I havent broke the sound barrier yet so technically im still a noob! I have a friend from school that wants to learn how to ride; does anyone have a quarter liter or smaller that he can put around on?
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I taught two people how to ride on my YXR100 (gp shift), the shifting did'nt mean anything since they had'nt ridden before.

I'm usually busy, but if you find no one, i could teach her how to ride on my YXR100 on a Sunday, i usually have a mini track day in a parking lot with my younger brother and a friend every now and then.

the BBQ idea is good also.

I usually have them start some what like the MSF starts, but i pay more attention on feet positioning and body positioning and useage of front brake.

Rather then the 70/30 brake, upright positioning, alcohol and blah blah.
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I taught two people how to ride on my YXR100 (gp shift), the shifting did'nt mean anything since they had'nt ridden before.

I'm usually busy, but if you find no one, i could teach her how to ride on my YXR100 on a Sunday, i usually have a mini track day in a parking lot with my younger brother and a friend every now and then.

the BBQ idea is good also.

I usually have them start some what like the MSF starts, but i pay more attention on feet positioning and body positioning and useage of front brake.

Rather then the 70/30 brake, upright positioning, alcohol and blah blah.


You wanna bring it over to my house so I can go tear up the creek next to my house Lol I need to get another 4 wheeler and dirtbike one day ....
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Should just let her take MSF. There are a lot more than just knowing how to ride a motorcycle. With MSF, she is one step closer to getting a license, too.
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I have a 50cc automatic trainer bike with electric start, one speed, and a throttle limiter. I've taught everyone how to ride on it. Get's them used to gas and brake in like 5 minutes. 10 minutes later they ride the Zuma 70cc to get used to real speed, but with no shifting. 30 minutes later they are riding and shifting my 110 (like your Roketa) with full confidence. One or two days playing on the sand at the beach and they are comfortable slightly losing control in turns and trying wheelies. Now it's MSF time with a huge jump on the class.

Come and get it, or drop her off at the gate. I can have my wife teach her.

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Should just let her take MSF. There are a lot more than just knowing how to ride a motorcycle. With MSF, she is one step closer to getting a license, too.
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shadman, are these ready to wheelie? i think ima come to this, if all else i can eat bbq, mar this isnt bri, but he will be there
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i would take shadman on his offer if i were you, then take msf, then again she could just jump into msf, when i was there there was one lady who had zero riding experience and she ended up doing better then some of the retards in the class.
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