Long day, but she's finally home!
Thanks Bill. My first bike, so didn't want to do all that gear shifting. Haven't done that since my teenage years. But looking forward to the ride. Gotta build up the nerve to get on the freeway though.great looking color and I see you got the DCT .
rest up and hit the road tomorrow, you have earned it.
I did that yesterday - and this parking lot is great b/c it has an almost full circle curve to practice corning and such. I'll be back in the parking lot later today after church.If your first bike, I need to give you that "go find an empty parking lot speel" a good place to practice your slow speed, starting and stopping. etc.....
If you read many posts you probably ran in to it already. good luck, be safe, be cautious. Never rush.
Thanks, the same for me. I try to keep the speed reasonable (under 70). I'm a new rider and I love riding this bike. I don't have "the need for speed", just like cruising around. I'm gaining more and more confidence and experience with each ride.Congrats! She is sexy!! I am new as well. live outside of Nashville. Plenty of roads take me in and out of the city. Where the speed limit is 70mph, I stay clear. The 55mph highways I am comfortable with. Tricky part for me is in and out of parking lots especially the ones that slope. Every day I get a little bit better. Have fun and ride safe!