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How to Ride a Motorcycle for the Very First Time!

More info below in this video's description V V V If you want more advice and videos about riding check out http://www.m13online.com 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. Please check out my YouTube profile and my newer videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/13mordeth "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." Tour Taiwan with me: http://hobbicide.com/M13Taiwan/ My Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Mordeth13 MY CAMERA: http://tiny.cc/o9ttiw My Helmet and pants: http://rhok.com.au/ My Private Series: http://www.m13online.com/?page_id=294 Scottoilers rock: http://www.scottoiler.com Use coupon code "mordeth13" for 13% off the price!


 


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Visit My Site! - http://Motonosity.com Subscribe to Future Videos: http://bit.ly/Sub2MotonosityX Welcome to Part 3 of my How to Ride a Motorcycle series. For Parts 1 & 2, click the links below: Part 1 - The Basics - http://youtu.be/fNFc1a6hutY Part 2 - Turning - http://youtu.be/VO-m4-3n340 In this video, I'll teach you the basics of shifting gears, including the locations of all the shifting components and how to use them properly. Whether you're just curious, about to learn, or learning to ride, this guide should help you out. For some quick basics, all shifting occurs on the left side of the bike. Your left hand controls the clutch and your left foot controls the gear lever. To shift a gear, you pull in the clutch lever and press down or lift up on the gear lever with your foot. If you continuously press the gear lever down until it won't go down anymore, you will be in 1st gear. From there, lifting up on the gear lever step by step will put you in N-2-3-4-5 or however many gears your bike has. You'll notice that neutral is in between first and second gear, with each being a half step away. This makes it easy to drop down all the way to first gear without having to readjust and shift up. Rolling off the throttle during a shift and gradually rolling back on while you let the clutch out will help you make smooth shifts. Be sure to watch the video for a great lesson on how to learn these techniques. Originally released May 11, 2012 on the Motonosity channel on my 2005 Suzuki SV650S. Follow Me! http://www.instagram.com/Motonosity http://www.facebook.com/Motonosity http://www.twitter.com/Motonosity My Gear: Jacket - http://bit.ly/AStarsTGPR Gloves - http://bit.ly/AStarsSMX2Air Pants - http://bit.ly/IconAnthem Boots - http://bit.ly/AStarsFastlane Helmet - http://bit.ly/ShoeiRF1200 Best Motorcycle Phone Mount - http://bit.ly/RAMMountKit Be sure to Subscribe! http://bit.ly/Sub2MotonosityX





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