No don’t give up, yet but persevere. What you said shows that you lack experience and skills. If you own a bike, practice and ride as often as you can. Well I had a 100cc bike and rode it often and I had this old friend who was, how do we call it? patrol officer on bike ;P i asked him jokingly when will i get to try his 750cbx.. he said why not now? dang that pushed my heart out of the bottom hole so anyways since a citizen is not allowed to ride a government/police bike, he took it to a private road… the road is not that good, lots of potholes and rough. The bike had a problem; when throttle up, to 3rpm, it would remain there a sec or so then back to idle. I stalled the bike only once and i was out flying on this bike doing 120km/h on this kind of road, not that i was a rodeo kamikaze but i have ridden on that road many times before and the bike was not an issue though it was my first time… there were many bikes not in a good state but i was able to ride…
if the bike is stalling, the problem is also with you; means give in more gas but revise your clutch manoeuvre… learn from your mistakes, it’s not the end of the world… other’s will encourage you as well…ey guys?!