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Riders' handbook

Riders' handbook

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Published by: zizexter on Jan 30, 2011
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Watch for uneven surfaces such as bumps,
broken road surfaces, “potholes”, corrugated
dirt roads or railway tracks across the road. If
the conditions are bad enough, they could
affect control of your motorcycle. When you
ride on uneven surfaces you should:

•ride slowly to reduce the road shock to your
body

•keep the motorcycle as upright as possible

•rise slightly on the footpegs so that you can
absorb the shock with your knees and
elbows

•hold a steady throttle and speed to reduce
instability of the front end.

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