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Alright, regarding the braking issue...a few people have said that you should learn to use both brakes from the beginning......and I agree. But just not the VERY beginning. Because the VERY FIRST time you use a bike it's confusing enough without two different brakes being thrown in....one of which if pulled too hard can drop the bike on it's side in a flash. So the point of this video is to learn how to use the clutch....and while focusing on that....it's best to just focus on that. And when moving at a very slow speed and coming to a complete stop.....you should be braking rear 90% and front 10%. Which is the opposite of how you brake when traveling at speed.
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"I'm about to turn 42 and bought a motorcycle a week ago. I always wanted to ride one but never did and figured my time for trying new things is running out.
Until now, I have had zero luck getting my bike on the road. Time after time, I'd let out the clutch, lurch forward a foot and stall out. I haven't taken my motorcycle instruction class yet, but my experiences so far left me feeling too incompetent to ever drive the thing.
I've talked to a number of my friends who have bikes, and none of them gave me any useful advice. Your video, however, let me get it going in first gear. I actually moved the bike without lurching and stalling.
I just wanted to say thanks."
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How to Ride a Motorcycle for the very FIRST TIME
How to ride a motorcycle for the very first time, my original video:
First time Fails: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGflpQoKVMY
This guy hits the front brake (I advise rear brake only the VERY FIRST TIME
you ride): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LqndJr1zOpk
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for 10% off.
how to ride a motorcycle for beginners
How to Ride a Motorcycle - Shifting Gears
This is Part 2, Watch Part 1 first:
And Part 3 is here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8IdTq3_3WI
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How To Shift Gears on a Motorcycle
How To Shift Gears on a Motorcycle
How To Shift Gears on a Motorcycle If you're learning to ride you'll need
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I lost this video...and just found it. So I thought I'd put it up now.
Since a lot of people have been waiting for it.
http://www.actioncameras.co.uk is a great place to protect yourself by
recording while you ride. For those of you in the UK.
How to Ride a Motorcycle for the First Time Beginner
Sold my bike August 4th 2012 after dealing with a frustrating sputtering
issue since winter. So, so happy for that problem to be behind me now.
Taking a break from riding for a while. Maybe forever. Think I might be
done. Thank you all for watching this video. Hope it helped new riders
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Chrysler 300C Burnout
Professional drivers demonstrate Chrysler's 300C, burnout, at this "Ride
and Drive". The public was invited to test drive the 300, but burnouts were
left to professional race car drivers.
Counter Steering - How to Ride a Motorbike - Part 3
It's a lot easier to understand when you see it being done. And yes, the
ONLY way to turn a bike is to Counter-Steer.
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This video demonstrates the concept of countersteering. Many new riders
have problems understanding just how pressing against the handgrip in the
direction you want to go can actually cause a motorcycle to turn or move.
It seems very confusing, especially since the first action of pressing
causes the front tire to turn slightly AWAY from where you want to go.
I threw this together to try and show just what this press does and why
doing it right is important