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Thanks. This is the best bike I have ever had. My wife loves it too!!

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Thanks for posting great videos

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Does an 1100 fall over like the 1800 does? Or does it go all the way down.. Haven't dropped mine, hope not too. I thought they fell over a lot farther... And then I can see picking it up and dropping it the other direction.. Could become a serious comedy act in a hurry...

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Newer rider spending time going over older posts......this one with the videos is great, deserves a bump now and then!

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I wanted to post a updated list of the videos, as there was another great demonstration by Trialsman at this year's (2008) Wingstock gathering. Paul also gets to show off his new RED 'wing by doing a burnout!

Notice that he kept the yellow helmet. Joe Jackson says that it looks like a bumble bee buzzing a tomato.

From 2007:
Moving the GL1800 without power:
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Picking up a Dropped GL1800 (with demo - ouch!):
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Placing the GL1800 on the center stand:
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Riding the GL1800 on gravel roads:
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Discussion of Slow Speed Tight Turns:
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Slow Speed Tight Turn Demos (may not be suitable for younger audiences):
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New and improved for 2008:

THE BURNOUT.............640X480

U - Turn Demos :
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chdeshm wrote:
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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
Echo that!

Regarding the rolling on lift issue - just put it in gear or reverse?

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