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Keep the rpm's up shift at 5K. Cruise between 4K and 5K. For the heel toe shifter. Think of you left foot pivoting at the ankle and rock your food that way. When shifting make it a definite positive push on the lever. No finesse style like shifting like riding a UJM. Foot braking. Use the little nub for your heel instead of leaving it on the floor board. Just some minor foot adjustments. It'll make sense to you after riding around for awhile then you can stretch out for the highway on the boards.
Marek Odoner 59 (from home of HD (never had one)IT at local school systemJust got 2004 baby Breva (and someone run into me on first ride, I am ok, bike has few scratches)2004 Breva 750, 1986 Honda Nighthawk 450, Suzuki DR 350
While the introductions are going around I'm Miles from New Zealand, been lurking here for a few weeks just seeing what goes on. I've been riding about thirty years, the last fifteen on my long-suffering '77 Lemans that puts up with a continuous cycle of modification, hard use and neglect with little complaint.Also have enough projects in the garage to ensure I'm always broke and none of them ever get finished ;DOh yeah, I test turboprop aircraft engines for a living, you can't argue with 5000 horsepower ;-TCheers,Miles
You live in Picton and you test jet engines ???Welcome to the wild world of WildGuzzi.Love the Queen Charlotte on a warm summers day. Come out in Picton with face ache from the grin factor. ;-T
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