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redillanga

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redillanga says:

ridding tips

Hi all.just bought my self a honda cbr125r.my first bike.any one has any tips about this bike and ridding.:smile

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  • Posted 2 years ago (22 August 2012 19:39)

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ally600

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ally600 says:

yes

try and not fall off.....................it hurts:ph43r:

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Amateurcynic

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Amateurcynic says:

Ridding Tips

Would be very helpful, there's a few on here it would be good to get "Rid" of!!:shock:

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max748

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max748 says:

my experience.

i had a yamaha yzf r125 - dropped it twice... just get professional beginner's training, when finnished with that, find a private road and just start and stop untill you are 100% confident with taking off without stalling. Don't ride at night unless completely nessessary!!! and always point your chin where you want to go.

ride within your limits!!!

nothing beats professional training combined with common sence... good luck mate!

 

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