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how did y'all learn to ride

how did you guys start riding i've been riding dirtbikes and have riden my dads harley a few times but i'm lookin to get a gsxr 600 and i'm definatly a little nervous about gettin on i've been on 2 wheels my whole life but the power of these things is a little intimidating any suggestions from y'all.

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post #2 of 856 (permalink) Old 06-27-2006, 06:25 PM
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i started riding in a apartment complex(when i lived in an apartment) and just went went round and round. then advanced to the screets....hahaha i rode for a year then went to the riding school so i can get my license. all that was 8 years ago.



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Dont be afraid of the bike. In a couple of days you wont even be thinking this anymore. Just apply some of your riding skills and learn to counter steer later on.
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ummm.....i never rode a bike up until the day i got mine...i had been on dirtbikes..but no streetbike..i was nervous riding around the first few days....now im nervous when i drive a car....bikes are the only way to go

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Just don't think your a badass and that you can do everything right off the bat. Take it one day at a time and enjoy!

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thanks y'all i appreciate it i'm def a little nervous but i can't fuckin wait to get back on 2 wheels

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I never ever rode anything but the peddle bikes... I had it put in the back of the truck and went riding around the back roads and parking lots...

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did u stunt it like stunter bob...hahaha



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I hadnt had much exp . on a motorcycle .. and I decided I wanted one .. so I bought it .. loaded it on a trailer .. took a friends dirt bike out for about 30 minutes to get a feel .. then hopped on .. and havnt looked back ..

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Three rules:

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2. Try not to ride in the rain....
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Three rules:

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2. Try not to ride in the rain....
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there's nothing wrong with riding in the rain



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I hadnt had much exp . on a motorcycle .. and I decided I wanted one .. so I bought it .. loaded it on a trailer .. took a friends dirt bike out for about 30 minutes to get a feel .. then hopped on .. and havnt looked back ..
i still remember the day we all road around fort worth..had to wait for your ass and the end of each twisty lol..good times though

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ummm.....i never rode a bike up until the day i got mine...i had been on dirtbikes..but no streetbike..i was nervous riding around the first few days....now im nervous when i drive a car....bikes are the only way to go
i didn't even have to type it
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there's nothing wrong with riding in the rain

for a new guy... on a used bike.. sure there is... cars paying less attention, harder for the rider to see, more skidding if someone pulls out in front of you... etc.

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fuck riding in the rain thats why i have a truck

edit: lol @ rain in vegas
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fuck riding in the rain thats why i have a truck

edit: lol @ rain in vegas
on a hot day...that shit feels good

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i agree with stunter bobster...riding in the rain is fun. so if its rains lets get scared and pull over hrmmm. i say ride to learn and get better. my .02



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i still remember the day we all road around fort worth..had to wait for your ass and the end of each twisty lol..good times though
Dude LOL you must have me confused with someone else .. I dont beleive we have ever met .. LMAO ..

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so if its rains lets get scared and pull over hrmmm.

That's not what I said...

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Dude LOL you must have me confused with someone else .. I dont beleive we have ever met .. LMAO ..
shat....your name is so close to the charmszz28 guy...my bad lol....but he was slow

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shat....your name is so close to the charmszz28 guy...my bad lol....but he was slow

I am sure I am notmuch faster .. but I am learning .. ha ha the wear patch keeps growing ..

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I personally had buddys that had bikes and rode those first then got mine and rode back 60 miles the first day... BUT nobody is the same
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had a dirt bike when i was a kid, but didn't get a street bike until i was 23 or so. i was a little nervous about riding it the 30 miles on the highway since i hadn't ridden in so long, but it was no big deal. find a clean empty parking lot and practice hard braking and slow turns. the power shouldn't be a problem, just be smooth with it and try to relax your hands and arms.
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How did I learn to ride...the WRONG way. Seriously, I'm lucky to be alive.

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I gotta learn how to ride soon myself. I've ridden dirt bikes and a couple of cruisers, so it shouldn't be too bad.
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On my first bike, I hadn't ridden anything with a motor and two wheels so I spent my time riding around my apartments learning to use the clutch, finding where it engaged, how much throttle etc. After getting that down I spent time riding at off peak traffic hours for a couple of days then I was good to go.
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i had never ridden anything on 2 wheels, nor have i driven any car with a clutch before. i learned both things at the same time on a sport bike!
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I think if you have the brains, maturity, balls, and luck, its possible to learn on a sport bike. I just rode the empty streets late at night until I was a little used to the bike then I mixed with traffic. I was a complete idiot and am lucky to be alive.

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I didn't have to learn, it just came natural and im badass at it.
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I grew up riding dirt bikes, got a good foundation there.

Bought a YSR50 when I was 14
Bought a Katana 600 when I was 18
Bought a brand new ZX6R when I was 19
Bought another 6R a few years back
Now riding a RC51

I rode like an idiot when I was young, really lucky to still be here. I think that gradually getting faster bikes helped me for sure.

Having fear of a motorcycle is a good thing, the day you're not afraid is the day you're in trouble. Wear your gear and ride defensively.
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Started with bicycles and BMX racing. I was terrified of motorcycles until I was about 10. My dad pretty much forced me to ride a Honda Passport 50 that one of his friends bought his daughter. After about 5 minutes on it I was HOOKED. My first bike was a 71' Yamaha JT1 Mini-Enduro 60 that he picked up at a garage sale...and I've been on them ever since. I learned how to work on them with that Yami also. Since that 60 enduro I have owned and ridden:
1978 Yamaha GT80A Enduro (the JT1 was faster)
1986 Honda Spree (dont laugh..it was wheels and I was 15)
1978 Honda CM185T Twinstar (the original Honda Rebel)
1973 Honda CB500K (inline 4..not that fast but sounded like it..my dads old bike)
went for about 2-3 years without a bike then stumbled upon this:
1983 Honda CB1000 Custom. Shaft drive, disc brakes all around, DOHC, HEAVY, and FAST for what it was. I had it up to 140 once. I crashed this one but not too bad...and learned to respect 2 wheels in the process. After my crash (totally my fault) I repaired the bike and sold it at my parents urging. I went for about 4-5 years before I got another street bike.
1987 Yamaha YZ125.
1986 Cagiva WMX125....MONEY PIT
1983 Honda VF750C (V45 Magna). My father found it rotting in someones backyard in 2001. I paid 100 bucks for it. After spending about 400 getting it back into usable condition I was back into motorcycles and it took roughly 4 months to decide cruisers were not for me.
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1999 Honda CBR1100xx. I LOVE it. Fast, handles, looks good, comfortable on long trips, gets good mileage, fuel injected. What more could you want.
1995 Honda CBR600F3...got a good deal on it and had to deal with a minor title issue..got it about 3 weeks after the XX. Fun, agile, damn good handling. I decided I liked the 1100 better so I sold it.
1992 Honda CBR600 F2...again...got a good deal on it but sold it almost immediately.
1990 Suzuki RMX250---picture an RM250 motocross bike with a headlight and taillight...its FAST AS HELL!
1992 Kawasaki KDX200...the swiss army knife of dirt bikes..it does EVERYTHING well.
1994 Honda CBR600F2..ditto..same story.
Every time I get on the bikes I am still learning . Its a neverending process.

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I hoped on and held on. Learned shifting on fourwheelers.
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i just got on and put it in gear and went for it!!
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I talked a bunch of shit about how I knew how to ride to my buddy who then let me ride his dirtbikte which I wrecked and went from there..............

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My dad cousin and uncle made me learn how. I wanted no part of riding a motorcycle. Im glad they got me on one though.
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My dad cousin and uncle made me learn how. I wanted no part of riding a motorcycle. Im glad they got me on one though.
i was just the opposite....ever since i can remember on every christmas i asked for a dirt bike..never got one cause my mom thought id get hurt
look at me now lmao...she saw me in the psf3 dvd...all she could say is O MY GOD lol

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i was just the opposite....ever since i can remember on every christmas i asked for a dirt bike..never got one cause my mom thought id get hurt
look at me now lmao...she saw me in the psf3 dvd...all she could say is O MY GOD lol
It was a 100 dollar dirt bike I learned on. lol Wasn't much dirt bike.
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It was a 100 dollar dirt bike I learned on. lol Wasn't much dirt bike.
all i ever got was little toy dirtbikes...bastids

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Are you talking about the RF 900? They aren't really that fast. They were back then, kinda, but now, a new 600, or 750 would definitly take it. Not sure about 1/4 times though.
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I will run you on my grandpas cruiser from a dig.
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shyea...those bikes are turds for sure..my f3 will put a whoopin on them..well it would have when it had a motor lol
race a real bike then get back to us

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might do the Village GP. Not sure. Where you thinking of going? I could get talked out of the Village thing pretty easily.
thinking about heading to the new spot again. i am really begining to like that place.

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