From parking lots to neighborhoods to city streets, I've probably logged about an hour and a half on a few different motorcycles. (the most prominent being the 91 ninja 500 I learned on.)
And yet, all of my turns tighter than a gentle curve in the road result in a shaky 10 mph manuever trying to find a balance between holding the bike up and turning tight enough.
How do I make turning more comfortable, and how can I just get used to it? Is this going to be like most things where I just have to do it enough?
furryous,, yor trying to ride yor bike instead of learning to Fly yor ride..
Numero Uno: Get your head up and and your Eyes out in front
looking deep into the corner, NOT down at where you presently are and what is eminently in front of you..
Dos: You Fly with your Brain as your Eyes take in what is coming and your Body will automatically execute what it needs to do to take you there..
Tres: Quit trying to ride your bike 10ft at a time, you should be Flying it anywhere from a 100ft to 100yards out in front of you ALL the time..
Four: Relax! it will come very natural..
Cinco: TRUST yourself and Trust your bike.. it will do exactly what you want it to do.
Last: Have Fun and Enjoy it.. once you let go of yor Fear and Trust youself, you will be hooked for life. nothing is as therapeutic as long ride on a bike... thru the tite twisty benders! poncho
not another boring list of mods;
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