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Old 03-13-2012, 08:05 PM   #11
SS Blowhard
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Originally Posted by StolenFant View Post
That's the problem. I did learn to ride a small bike first, XR75, Hodaka DirtSquirt, CR 125, CR250, CR450. They're VERY different from the big bikes, but thanks for the advice.
It wasn't meant to be as flip as it sounds.

Fresh experience on the lighter bike gave me new ways to assert my authority
over the large capacity bike making log jumps and drop offs much more relaxed than previously.

It's more about controlling the momentum than any radical change in the physics.
My bike is slow but the earth is patient.
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