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CommandBiker

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CommandBiker says:

Module 1 + Module 2 Bike Test!

Ok well i was wondering if the instructors would send me away because of my bike lights, i have taken pictures of it below the indicators were going when i took them (might be inbetween flashes in some)



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Lil125Guy

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Lil125Guy says:

Not your left

but your right one... erm :wacko:


Just rent the bike, shows you are putting more effort in :smile

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CommandBiker

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CommandBiker says:

RE: MOD1 + 2 LIGHTS

Which one do you think is the bad one? 

The one with the tape or the one without tape? If it's the one without the tape could i just tape it up a bit?
I can't really afford to hire a bike because then i would have to book it from them and not DSA (centres charge £25 for booking fee!) 
One other thing...
How much is it on average for each our of training?
Thanks

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teamwindsor

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teamwindsor says:

light

Its definitely the one with the tape thats the bad one! I'm not sure they would let you go with it like that as a good portion of the light is covered.

Is the left cracked and whats with the swirly patterns?

Just get a cheap set on ebay. SHould be able to find a set from a breakers or some generic ones for less than £10 which is cheaper than hiring a bike which you won't be used to.

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bensewell

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bensewell says:

Cling Film

Cling Film it  over.  It might look OK.  But the best option is to get some new indicators.  There cheap enough.

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bensewell

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bensewell says:

Cling Film

Cling Film it  over.  It might look OK.  But the best option is to get some new indicators.  There cheap enough.

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AdieR

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AdieR says:

Would they (or have they?)

pass(ed) an MOT test? My thought is probably not.

The instructor (and in due course, the examiner) may state that with indicators like that, that your machine is not roadworthy (even if it has a current MOT pass).

As for training cost, I paid £40 for a two hour block (33bhp test), thats going back 3 or 4 years now. If you're doing DAS, it'll be more.

Ebay or a breakers will have decent indicators (what bike is it?).

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CommandBiker

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CommandBiker says:

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It's a YBR 125

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CommandBiker

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CommandBiker says:

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It's a YBR 125

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CommandBiker

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ok thanks, im not doing DAS as im only 19

 

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