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Old 11-21-2012, 08:07 PM   #46
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Originally Posted by foxtrapper View Post
OK, go take a motorcycle course with your bike. Matters little what one you take. You will be under an instructors supervision and will get critiqued on what you are doing with your bike and your controlling of it. You will learn a whole lot. Different courses will teach you different things of course, but they will all help you to better control your bike.

If you can't find that, get with a friend who knows how to ride well and work with that friend on enhancing your skills. Have them watch you braking and turning and such.

And then for yourself, go practice things. Every time you ride. Personally, I pick a subject for each ride, and work on it during each ride. What I work on varies with each ride and what I think I need to improve the most.
I might have missed it but I didn't see a response from you to foxtrapper's suggestion especially the first and third part.
Those two make a lot of sense to me. I don't think that you need a lot of improvement, just some fine tuning.
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