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jimmywiz

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jimmywiz says:

Picking up new bike Do's and Dont's

So im picking up my bike in a few weeks, Its a brand new bike with 0 miles on the clock.


What are some big no no's and some big do do's when i first ride the bike.

things to check and things NOT to do. 




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Andyvfr1

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Andyvfr1 says:

No really

DONT get brave on the new tyres, i put my gixxer into a hedge on new tyres this summer, the tyres where starting to feel sticky so i got brave, saved the slide but it was too late to avoid going off the road and went down in some farmers field haha.


Sinnis are decent, see alot of them round here, not heard any horror stories yet and dirt cheap as far as im aware.

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jimmywiz

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jimmywiz says:

Sinnis apache

They are great and anyone wanting one i would get it soon as i think they will be a company that will just BOOM and go very far, vary quickly and that will mean prices go up. 



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