Depending on what state your in I know Cali has that circle. I consider myself a pretty good ride and still dont think I could do that on the stryker. So good luck. One thing to consider is going to a rider safty class. most states have programs where you go sit in a class for a couple of hours and then get some hands on riding on some crappy bikes and they give you a pass to take to DMV so you dont have to do the riding test and you get a discount on your insurance.Toby said:Staying within the circle is going to be a bit hard too. If you can keep your bike at a crawl slipping the clutch and using the breaks without taking your feet off the pegs while turning a sharp complete circle both directions you will be fine.
I'm going the route of the course, discount on insurance and a waiver for my license! Bunch of us at work signed up for the same weekend, should be interesting lol. As like everyone else suggest you may want to either practice a bit on your bike with circles and figure eights without putting your feet down or find a smaller bike or one without the rake 8)wpick20 said:Hey guys I've been ridding my stryker for about a month now and I'm going to take my road test on it this Friday. Any tips? And has anyone taken a test on a stryker? Thanks for the tips
Wpick, give it a shot, from what I understand the test here in GA is much easier nowwpick20 said:thanks for the tips gang i live in georgia so we dont have the figure eight or the circle. the class idea is a good one i may do that instead. haha immortal13 thats a good one you have a point there
lmao....can we ask u how u know?kingofleon said:Don't do a burnout......They hate that
Congrats..........................no the modding begins.wpick20 said:Road test update: Well just got back from my road test on the stryker and I passed. Thats just one more reason why the stryker is better than any other bike!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!