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Riding techniques
« on: 09.08. 2006 22:24 »
Hello, you may have read it or know most of it already, but just in case, let me present these excellent collection of safer riding techniques. Let us know what you think, what is good or what is missing.

http://www.a7a10.net/BSA/ridingtips.htm

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Re: Riding techniques
« Reply #1 on: 16.08. 2006 08:14 »
This always makes good reading and is something I like to read repeatedly every so often. I had seen it somewhere before and there is other similar stuff out there on the net too.
Ride Safely Lads! LJ.
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Re: Riding techniques
« Reply #2 on: 16.08. 2006 11:33 »
Quote "Screaming along straights at wild three-figure speeds "
Not something I generally associate with A10s and A7s. Our speeds may be lower but our brakes are mainly decorative so we certainly need to look for hazards well ahead, just like a sports bike rider. ;D

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Re: Riding techniques
« Reply #3 on: 16.08. 2006 22:51 »
Quote "Screaming along straights at wild three-figure speeds "
Not something I generally associate with A10s and A7s. Our speeds may be lower but our brakes are mainly decorative so we certainly need to look for hazards well ahead, just like a sports bike rider. ;D

Yes, it's the early unfinished version of ABS brakes (ABSolutely no braking) ;)

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