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djfisher22

idiots on motorbikes

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=WVD9UL3fvAo
Don K

Yep!

Don
Jackman

Ah it could happen to anyone  drunken
Dan

at 1:26 is newbie two stroke powerband action, but, NICE save at 3:58  Razz
Jim

My all time favorite is this Russian dude on his 2-stroke, because it has so many layers of stupitidy:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hvc79aBy0e0
kx85

TFF!!!!!  Reminds me of the time when I was first learning to ride (only had a few rides) that I was getting on a semi automatic lil bike, had on my gloves (ie NO feeling, not sensitive), it was still in gear and as I leaned over, threw my leg over it, my hand went down on the throttle and the bike took off.  I held on as long as I could, coz I didn't want the bike damaged, and finally fell off.  LMAO, fortunately it was going slow and it was on grass. So no hurt or damage. Mr. Green
JA-Moo

Don't feel bad, that just about the description of all "female" first rides....... Razz
kx85

Moo, I can't pretend to be insulted, coz yer probably right!  LMAO  Mr. Green
Darth

Jim wrote:
My all time favorite is this Russian dude on his 2-stroke, because it has so many layers of stupitidy:

Nice ...

Darth
Darth

The most important aspect of bikes is understanding the controls and doing hundreds of practice runs "in your head" first.

If you can get that ... the rest is just getting used to the different "feel" of the controls. Understanding a manual shift and separate braking systems is also must.

The "leaning/steering" thing, for me, kinda came naturally ... but then again, I was raised on bicycles, go-carts and mini-bikes.

Darth
BartJY

Darth wrote:


The "leaning/steering" thing, for me, kinda came naturally ... but then again, I was raised on bicycles, go-carts and mini-bikes.

Darth


Yep, me too. I learned to ride on the dirt on a Yamaha 50cc Mini Enduro. It had gears, clutch and everything else a large bike has.
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