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post #11 of 50 (permalink) Old 01-15-2008, 03:10 PM
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Very good clips and usefull info

I would like to add to the lifting of a dropped bike , A simple bungy cord wrapped around the brake lever will stop that front tire from rolling when you lift

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Very good video's. I still cringe when I watch him drop his bike over!

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Nice video's thanks for sharing!!


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Thanks for a great post, I just got back into riding after a 10 year unwanted sabbatical. This has been a great refresher course.

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WOW thanks for this info. I just bought a 1988 GL1500 . I have always owned street and trail bike and i have to learn alot about larger bike skills.

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Good Stuff pidjones! Thanks for sharing!!

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Thanks pidjones, Great info + refreshers.

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Thanks I Learn a lot, I save video's for my practice. I had hard time turning around on small roads, will practice in parking lot. Lee

Great Videos this need a Bump or two
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Super, this post is greatly appreciated!

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Thanks! I am a new Goldwing rider and tips like these sure help.

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