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Anybody have any tips on turning the Stryker at low speeds? I could really use them...
Word.... What He Said....... You Defenantly Need To Take A Course If You Have Alot Of Doubts And Q/A's About Turns, Riding etc...... You Will Not Learn Much By Reading This Crap Were All Saying lol..... Take A Course, Save A Life lolMY said:I would have to suggest, like some others, you should really invest a little money and take a riding course. It will be well worth the cost. Not only will you be safer and make others on the road safer, but enjoy your riding more, because you will not worry so much during your ride. You will also save on insurence.
I've taken a couple and there is always something new you learn no matter how long you've been riding.
Now here's your answer. You use the clutch lever. By bringing it in and letting it out you control your RPM's. This allows you to control the speed as you turn. This is how you are able to do sharp cone turns in those demonstration events you see.