I have far more respect for short riders that don't go the way of lowering a bike to feel comfortable. I'd far rather see them learn to get one solid foot down on one side or the other than to have to rely on a shaky position where they are barely touching on either side. I don't care what you say, I've heard it all, LOWERING A MOTORCYCLE, even if you do the front and back equally, WILL AFFECT THE HANDLING!!!!
Or for God's sake, at least put the bike back to stock after you become a comfortable enough rider that you don't need to have both feet down. All it requires is that you be a little more competent at low speeds and a little more careful where you stop and where you park.
Whoooooaaaa,..ride Nasty i got it my new Suzuki SV650S i pick it up on Saturday...Feleena i finally did it yaaahhhhh
im so excited i feel like a new mom...:love::love::love:
but this was much painless.
Ladies, please join us at Northern Hills Church, on Saturday, May 13th 2017, from 09:00 - 10:30 AM. 3703 N. Loop 1604 East. San Antonio TX. 78247. Please come have your motorcycles blessed.
Live music, free breakfast tacos.
my gf wants to get a pink helmet :rolleyes: but i figure whatevs... the only cheap "decent" brands that have pink helmets are AFX and HJC... We're looking to spend <100$ on one, but a little more is okay too.. anyone have suggestions?
I hope to meet new women riders here. It doesn't really matter if I ride with guys or girls but with most of the females there is less of the requirement to prove yourself. With some females the only drawback is the competition to get guys attention. I assure you I care less....Im single and...
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