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How to U-turn on a Motorcycle
This is good to know. I’m up in Asheville, though, so I’m kinda worried about hitting icy patches that I don’t expect in the mountains. What do you think? Can I ride through the winter?
I’m looking at $430 for Ontario, or wait to go back to NC and pay $250, according to friend. Sounds like the $250 is within normal cost…February 9, 2010 at 6:27 pm in reply to: Kawa. 250r + long distance + heat = tyre pressure? #24476
“.if you dont have that . . just trust the side wall.”
Tru dat, homes.
Yea and we didn’t manage to get it sponsored for our FSAE car so we had to buy it right out
Pick up a SmartyCam before you go! Love to see the rides in HD!
Oooh. That’s hot. P.s., sounds like someone’s a programmer… “String” lol.
well your the only cage in the parking lot.
Hehe. OR the only one showing up on the bus xDFebruary 8, 2010 at 7:43 am in reply to: Trying to convince the “BOSS” that bikes aren’t as scary and dangerous as she thinks!! #24452
here in Alberta, Canada…well, lets just say from October to March, you may find it a little cool. I have to have a truck for work (oil field)
Ft. McMurray? Cold as balls. Honestly. It’s only -12 here in London, Ontario, and there’s no way I would ride a bike in this cold. Or on these salted roads…
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Great advice, guys. I am certainly going to hit up a dealership and sit on some bikes before I buy anything. And the foot pegs are a great fix if I the bike I want has the height problem.
For power/tuning, I was planning on putting the engine on a dyno I have access to and tuning it for higher compression, timing, and so forth to get the most out of the engine I can. Ah, the joys of being in Engineering!
Do most MSF courses require you to have your own riding gear? (I understand that you ride their cycles, though?)
I think I’ll just have to go to the dealership and sit on the bikes to see what works for me. Thanks for the response though
Why would a 650r or SV650 be better? Are they tuned differently? (I actually meant the 650r, not the Supersport, btw)
A Ninja 250r gonna fit a 6’2″ guy, do you think? I hate having my knees jammed up (like airplanes).
Well, I called the MSC people in this town and it doesn’t start until April. Oh well
I was just pointing out his options, but yes, there’s no reason NOT to take the MSF.