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|03-23-2012, 05:33 AM||#1|
I got slow
Join Date: Feb 2011
Experience: 4 years
Big dirt bike (sold)
2003 Honda Sabre (sold)
Stumbled across this post on B.A.R.F. Good info any time of year, but especially now with better weather and more bikes (and new riders) on the road.
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|03-24-2012, 02:27 PM||#5|
Join Date: Sep 2010
Experience: 2 years
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Holy guacamole, you learn something new everyday. I mean, there's actually intelligent people in California... who woulda guessed?
I didn't read all 5 pages of the post, just the first. There's one thing to add to the idea. Like someone mentioned, you can't do a "stop and analyze" at every intersection of a long ride. How about making a video of a regular ride & either keep a mic in the helmet to talk about potential dangers, or use editing software to highlight and add text to the "danger zones"?
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