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The daily commute

FLSTC

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How do you carry stuff when you're commuting on 2 wheels?

CBR250R with hard side cases and top case:



CB650F with tank bag and tail bag



This guy's doing it right:
 

FLSTC

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Bitches love Harleys



Stylish boots



Hope you made it to your destination before the rain started
 

FLSTC

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Safety 3rd (it's an e-bike)



Diamond lane enforcement on Dufferin



But my real observation here is that these two drivers didn't even have the decency to move out of the lane when passing the lady copper in the roadway.
 

ricplayer

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The streets are truly a battle ground. I got passed by a squid on a SS bike the other day....he passed me on the shoulder.

This was on a single lane road, 80 limit, solid yellow line. I guess he didn’t want to break the law and cross the yellow line so passed my on my right.

Gave me a good brap when he went by.

Bikers, we are our own worst enemies sometimes.
 

Evoex

The God
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The streets are truly a battle ground. I got passed by a squid on a SS bike the other day....he passed me on the shoulder.

This was on a single lane road, 80 limit, solid yellow line. I guess he didn’t want to break the law and cross the yellow line so passed my on my right.

Gave me a good brap when he went by.

Bikers, we are our own worst enemies sometimes.
Crossing a single yellow line is not illegal.
 

LePhillou

Well-known member
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The streets are truly a battle ground. I got passed by a squid on a SS bike the other day....he passed me on the shoulder.

This was on a single lane road, 80 limit, solid yellow line. I guess he didn’t want to break the law and cross the yellow line so passed my on my right.

Gave me a good brap when he went by.

Bikers, we are our own worst enemies sometimes.
ahahaah doesn't beat the guy on my commute yesterday.

we rode for a very little while. florida plate. stunt squad sticker on his swingarm.

he basically exited the highway by wheelieing away
 

FLSTC

Well-known member
Front of the line. Left-foot down, must be a newbie.


Lots of hand-held device use this morning


This guy was the worst, because he was behind me. He got a few extra flashes of my Bright Ass Light (an awesome, albeit pricey, LED taillight)
 

GreyGhost

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Why would you consider left foot down noobie?
Is the course teaching left foot down and cover the rear brake with the right now or are they teaching right foot down and left is ready to bang it into gear if you need to? Or is FLSTC playing god level and waits at lights doing a trackstand?
 

Evoex

The God
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Is the course teaching left foot down and cover the rear brake with the right now or are they teaching right foot down and left is ready to bang it into gear if you need to? Or is FLSTC playing god level and waits at lights doing a trackstand?
Left down, cover the rear brake while in gear. It's how i always ride.
 

FLSTC

Well-known member
I'm being somewhat facetious about the rider, but I do have my own style - putting my right foot down at stops and keep the left at the shifter. Most stops I shift to neutral - but ready to shift into gear if/when needed. Only if I need to take my right hand off the brake do I swap feet to hold the brake pedal with my right.
 

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