In this Motorman's tip of the week, I ride thru some traffic and tell you what to watch out for and how I stay safe out on the road..
My right foot almost never goes on the ground...not for stop signs for stop lights. Keep it on the rear brake. Left foot down and flat is better than.
Everybody this is the secret to all low-speed confidence. The main thing is you have to get comfortable with the sensation of the bike falling over, that's it no.
My vision is to inspire riders to wear gear, take courses and practice in order to reduce crashes on public roads. Whenever you're riding around on the highway, always.
Practicing u-turns from a dead stop Video From: Ride Like a Pro Jerry Palladino
The only thing that irks Ari more than a neglected chain is a sloppy throttle. If you're riding around with a loose twistgrip then your throttle response will be.