slowly release the clutch till you feel a click on gear, btw hold your brakes at the same time just in case lolHard to find first?
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Just kidding, yeah sometimes I will be in neutral, but my light isn't on (probably between 1st and neutral I guess?) and when I let out the clutch and giver gas I just sit there revving :lmao:
Thanks for the feedback. Those are some good, patient, videos.Furpo- keep practicing, it will come. Parking lots are your friend! I took a course 15 years ago, but just got my first bike. Riding came back real quick! Keep practicing start, shift up, shift down then stop. It makes a huge difference. Emtyx86 on YouTube shows some vids of him practicing. While the videos are his opinion, he shows some basics. At the course, they can help correct bad habits too! Ask lots of questions!!! Have fun!!
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In fact take this a step further and cover up the tach with some masking tape, it forces you to learn by sound and your not always looking down at it when your eyes should be on the road.Furpo my advice is get a feel for the sound. You'll eventually just know when to shift and won't have to focus on it at all. A little patience and it will just become natural :thumbup:
Ha--fine idea! I have indeed been spending too much time staring at the tach worrying about 500rpms here or there. And after 80kms I am getting very familiar with the sound. I will try it this coming long, and hopefully warm, weekend.In fact take this a step further and cover up the tach with some masking tape, it forces you to learn by sound and your not always looking down at it when your eyes should be on the road.