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    Red face Journey to 2B license [CDC]



    Ay yo guys! This is like my very first thread, so yeah. I'll try to make it as informative as possible
    Anyways, this idea was being inspired by a previous biker to, by the name of Veil.
    Okay so basically, I'll try to put up what's being learnt on every lesson, price? Thoughts? And of course, personal tips. HAHAHA i sound liker professional, padahal newbie

    I hope whatever that's being put up would be beneficial to u guys!

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    Default 13th March 2013

    Enrolment: S$136.43
    The day that I've been sitting my butt off for 2mths has arrived, the day where I take my BTT! HAHAHAH well, managed to pass it with full score. Went on to enrol for my class 2b course! Also booked RTT and DRT lessons, along with the circuit orientation on the 15th!

    Spent so far:
    BTT: S$16
    Enrolment: S$136.43
    Last edited by Nabil SugarBoy; 06-04-2013 at 02:17 AM.

     

     
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    Default 15th March 2013

    Circuit Training (Outfield Orientation): S$25.68(peak)
    Came in like a total newbie, had no idea what to do. Hahahah approached the guy at the counter, and he ask me to have a seat. Well, basically just a brief of the requirements, like gloves, helmets, knee and elbow guards. Then moved on to the benches whereby he gave us more information on what to expect for the lessons; afterwards inform more about the bike and basic do's and dont's. Well, he sidetrack abit sometimes, which is what i like so as not to make it so boring...

    Spent so far:
    BTT: S$16
    Enrolment: S$136.43
    Circuit Training: S$25.68

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    Default 16th March 2013

    PDL Application: S$25.00
    Arrived CDC at around 12.15pm, TP counter closes at 12.30 (on Saturdays). Well, after i got my pdl, i didn't check. And by the time i saw my pdl outside cdc, i realized the lady go and put CLASS 3.
    So my advice, ALWAYS CHECK EVERY DOCUMENT YOU RECEIVE
    I was too late, TP counter closed, so I went on another day to edit my PDL to class 2b, and booked my 1st prac lesson.

    Spent so far:
    BTT: S$16
    Enrolment: S$136.43
    Circuit Training: S$25.68
    PDL: S$25

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    Default 2nd April 2013

    Lesson 1(a): S$23.54(off-peak)
    So the day has come, the day of my 1st prac. 8.30am some more. I had to wake up like 4hrs earlier than my usual wake up time. Hehe.
    Anyways, started off with instructor checking our attire.
    Note:Wear helmets that are PSB-certified, gloves, guards, jeans and most imptly, COVERED SHOES. Like all those flats that looks like shoes, or shoes that looks like flats, cannot (especially girls). You'll be asked to wear their boots, which im sure will be smelly. Also try to wear ankle-covering socks, cuz while i was gearshifting, my ankle touched the engine, PANAS SIOL! No injuries though.

    So the lesson starts off with dry runs, where instructor teach us how to take off correctly. Then we move on to using the front brakes. Kanchiong-ed, so i nearly fell several times. Then moved on to using rear brake + front brake to assist in stopping. I had a hard time to get pass this stage, wouldn't wanna give excuses, but it's cuz a girl kept falling into my way, that i had to wait for her to pickup the bike, clear the way etc. So had not much opportunities to train, and i was the only guy left with 2 girls. PAISEH SIA! Well, managed to show instructor i could do it, and i was allowed to proceed to roundabout.
    Tip:Use your rear brakes with 70% vs front brakes 30%. It allows you to come to a stop very easily. Also, you have to only put left leg down.'

    Roundabout was pretty fun, get to know and feel the throttle and sounds. My main problem was throttling. I either throttle too much, or throttle nothing at all. Besides that, the roundabout is kinda like just a turn-turn and turn course.
    Hahaha i rmmbered a point where i accidentally rev to 7k, kinda like 2 metres more and will crash to a girl who dropped. Lucky that i managed to manoeuvre and went back to the advised rpm. I kinda learned how to shift gears too. But time's up and so only had like 3min of gear shifting fun? Hehehe

    Spent so far:
    BTT: S$16
    Enrolment: S$136.43
    Circuit Training: S$25.68
    PDL: S$25
    Practicals: S$23.54

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    I'm here to show my support!
    Follow your heart even if sometimes it means losing your mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkredmica View Post
    I'm here to show my support!
    Awesome! You're my first commentor.

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    I failed my class 2b evaluation 8 times! Do not feel dishearten when the instructors failed you.

    When you got your first bike, always ride with care. Sometimes I see group of p-plater racing with each other. It is very dangerous as you may not have the experiences in anticipating dangers.

    I met two accidents in my class 2b. One minor and one i injuried my right leg. Both not my fault as both drivers admitted they failed to see me.

    Once you got your first bike, ride safe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiabloXIII View Post
    I failed my class 2b evaluation 8 times! Do not feel dishearten when the instructors failed you.

    When you got your first bike, always ride with care. Sometimes I see group of p-plater racing with each other. It is very dangerous as you may not have the experiences in anticipating dangers.

    I met two accidents in my class 2b. One minor and one i injuried my right leg. Both not my fault as both drivers admitted they failed to see me.

    Once you got your first bike, ride safe.

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    Thanks for the advice bro! Well, gold advice: ride with care,
    U ride safely too dude!

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    Keep it up, even though i failed the first prac last time and stopped for 9mths straight and only went back when 1 of my friend wanted to learn and asked me to join him back.

    From then, i failed and even slower than my friend's progress, but i just tell myself to try my best, and after 4 mths i went for my first TP but sadly i failed, wait for another 2 mths and i got my 2b, and it have been almost 3years.

    My friend still didn't get his 2b even till now
    To ride on the road, You need skills,Stamina, or even luck.

    But to be a good rider, you have to change with your environment,and adjust yourself to its rhythm.

    Cultivate the confidence to face the different situations. Don't let yourself to be subdued by the environment

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky99 View Post
    Keep it up, even though i failed the first prac last time and stopped for 9mths straight and only went back when 1 of my friend wanted to learn and asked me to join him back.

    From then, i failed and even slower than my friend's progress, but i just tell myself to try my best, and after 4 mths i went for my first TP but sadly i failed, wait for another 2 mths and i got my 2b, and it have been almost 3years.

    My friend still didn't get his 2b even till now
    Your friend hasn't got his 2B because he gave up halfway or?
    Follow your heart even if sometimes it means losing your mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabil SugarBoy View Post
    Awesome! You're my first commentor.
    I got the ball rolling! Hahahaha.
    Follow your heart even if sometimes it means losing your mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sky99 View Post
    Keep it up, even though i failed the first prac last time and stopped for 9mths straight and only went back when 1 of my friend wanted to learn and asked me to join him back.

    From then, i failed and even slower than my friend's progress, but i just tell myself to try my best, and after 4 mths i went for my first TP but sadly i failed, wait for another 2 mths and i got my 2b, and it have been almost 3years.

    My friend still didn't get his 2b even till now
    Wow, such a tough time in your life. Well, im sure u're satisfied and felt it was all worth it now!
    Well, jiayou to your friend too bro! Hope he'll join u on the road too.... along with me! And maybe @darkredmica

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkredmica View Post
    I got the ball rolling! Hahahaha.
    Alamak, thanks alot uh sis!

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    if you accidentally rev too much just clutch in. remember, clutch in disengage the gear from the engine. you can rev up to 1 million rpm the bike will still coast to a stop ah.
    Quote Originally Posted by Nabil SugarBoy View Post
    Lesson 1(a): S$23.54(off-peak)
    So the day has come, the day of my 1st prac. 8.30am some more. I had to wake up like 4hrs earlier than my usual wake up time. Hehe.
    Anyways, started off with instructor checking our attire.
    Note:Wear helmets that are PSB-certified, gloves, guards, jeans and most imptly, COVERED SHOES. Like all those flats that looks like shoes, or shoes that looks like flats, cannot (especially girls). You'll be asked to wear their boots, which im sure will be smelly. Also try to wear ankle-covering socks, cuz while i was gearshifting, my ankle touched the engine, PANAS SIOL! No injuries though.

    So the lesson starts off with dry runs, where instructor teach us how to take off correctly. Then we move on to using the front brakes. Kanchiong-ed, so i nearly fell several times. Then moved on to using rear brake + front brake to assist in stopping. I had a hard time to get pass this stage, wouldn't wanna give excuses, but it's cuz a girl kept falling into my way, that i had to wait for her to pickup the bike, clear the way etc. So had not much opportunities to train, and i was the only guy left with 2 girls. PAISEH SIA! Well, managed to show instructor i could do it, and i was allowed to proceed to roundabout.
    Tip:Use your rear brakes with 70% vs front brakes 30%. It allows you to come to a stop very easily. Also, you have to only put left leg down.'

    Roundabout was pretty fun, get to know and feel the throttle and sounds. My main problem was throttling. I either throttle too much, or throttle nothing at all. Besides that, the roundabout is kinda like just a turn-turn and turn course.
    Hahaha i rmmbered a point where i accidentally rev to 7k, kinda like 2 metres more and will crash to a girl who dropped. Lucky that i managed to manoeuvre and went back to the advised rpm. I kinda learned how to shift gears too. But time's up and so only had like 3min of gear shifting fun? Hehehe

    Spent so far:
    BTT: S$16
    Enrolment: S$136.43
    Circuit Training: S$25.68
    PDL: S$25
    Practicals: S$23.54

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkredmica View Post
    Your friend hasn't got his 2B because he gave up halfway or?
    gave up halfway.

    Quote Originally Posted by Nabil SugarBoy View Post
    Wow, such a tough time in your life. Well, im sure u're satisfied and felt it was all worth it now!
    Well, jiayou to your friend too bro! Hope he'll join u on the road too.... along with me! And maybe @darkredmica
    worth it when i use my bike to travel to work when my workplace is rather ulu and use it to do some part time job to earn extra bucks.
    To ride on the road, You need skills,Stamina, or even luck.

    But to be a good rider, you have to change with your environment,and adjust yourself to its rhythm.

    Cultivate the confidence to face the different situations. Don't let yourself to be subdued by the environment

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    Quote Originally Posted by rijac View Post
    if you accidentally rev too much just clutch in. remember, clutch in disengage the gear from the engine. you can rev up to 1 million rpm the bike will still coast to a stop ah.
    Hahaha i did that! And why did i automatically press clutch? Because i was used to bicycle's rear brake on the left lever

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabil SugarBoy View Post
    Wow, such a tough time in your life. Well, im sure u're satisfied and felt it was all worth it now!
    Well, jiayou to your friend too bro! Hope he'll join u on the road too.... along with me! And maybe @darkredmica
    Thanks bro for including me in this! Hahaha. Too early to know if I can make it though.
    Follow your heart even if sometimes it means losing your mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkredmica View Post
    Thanks bro for including me in this! Hahaha. Too early to know if I can make it though.
    Alamak, don't demoralize urslf uh. Im sure u can make it!

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    nabil sugarboy! good luck for tomorrow. remember to look up and ahead and not down. imagine if you are trying to balance a ruler vertically using your finger. if you look at the point where the ruler touches your finger its much harder to keep it balanced compared to if you look at the top of the ruler. same principle applies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rijac View Post
    nabil sugarboy! good luck for tomorrow. remember to look up and ahead and not down. imagine if you are trying to balance a ruler vertically using your finger. if you look at the point where the ruler touches your finger its much harder to keep it balanced compared to if you look at the top of the ruler. same principle applies.
    Thanks bro! Yes i will, totally a gold lesson learnt!
    Can't wait to smell the awesome exhaust fumes. HAHAHAH #weird

     

     
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    Default 11th April 2013

    Lesson 1(b): S$23.54(off-peak)FAILED

    Thank God that weather was on my side today. My lesson was at 12.45pm!
    Moving on from what I had learnt:
    a) Gear shifting from 1-3, and back from 3-1, then to a stop.
    Well, I had quite alot of trouble, since i had very little knowledge and experience on gearshifting. In malaysia, the kups gearshift AUTOMATIC!
    hahahah. Anw, i kinda took it slow, till i got the hang of it. So what's the correct procedure?
    Move off(Half clutch)>gear up>gear up>instructor ask u stop next round>apply more rear brake than front brake, gear down all the way>come to a perfect stop only with left leg down. Note: APPLY CLUTCH AND FRONT BRAKE EVEN AFTER STOPPING. They're particular about that.

    b) Braking at low speed. Gearshifting from 1-5, and back from 5-1, stop(braking at high speed).
    This was one of the fun subjects. I had quite a trouble with low speed braking, since low speed and me don't go well together
    But for gearshift 1-5, fuhhhh! FUN LAH SEHH! Negotiate sharp bends at gear 3 BTW! Then when pass yellow line, apply brakes, clutch in, kick down to gear 1, stop. Well, i must say i really love high speed braking.

    c) Gear shifting to negotiate bends/dangers.
    Now, no more braking to a stop! It's all the way gear 3 to 5, back to 3, to 5.
    Even more shiok, wind blowing on my face.... The exhaust fumes...
    Shifting from 5 to 3 is quite easy: Brakes>clutch and gear down twice>release clutch to apply engine braking>release brakes>throttle.

    d) Sort-of figure 8
    This was i guess, the killer. U have to be in gear 2 throughout the course, until the cone where if there're bikes coming in ur way, geardown to 1, stop. Check blindspot again, and proceed with the u-turn.
    Well, it was quite tough for me, since my engine stalled twice during the evaluation round! First while moving off, second when about to stop cuz there're other bikes coming. What happened?
    Taking off, released clutch too sudden. Stall.
    Through the course, i forgot to maintain proper eyeline; i think that's part of the reason i failed.
    About to reach cone, saw other bikes coming, kanchiong to stop. Engine stalled. Start bike up, moving off to park the bike(supposed to park bike after the round), got in the way of another bike, cuz i dint check blindspot. I'm sorry dude, it was ur first lesson, and i had to cock it up for u
    Well, these are the parts where i think caused my failure.
    But im sure i can do it the next time round which is this tuesday!
    AND WAIT, I FORGOT TO SAY, the u-turn was the most fun, since i was like cornering. AHAHAHA.

    Well, just unsatisfied i went off with a fail. But that ain't stopping me from getting my license ASAP! HAHAHAHA
    Will update u guys again!

    Spent so far:
    BTT: S$16
    Enrolment: S$136.43
    Circuit Training: S$25.68
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    Damn thorough. Sometimes I wonder did I learn as much as you. Haha.

    The "sort of figure 8" thing... where we had to stop and check for incoming bikes... I can't make the "u-turn". I made a really wide turn cuz I was afraid to fall, afraid to lean my body with the bike.

    You managed to turn properly? Good for ya! Thumbs up!
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    Quote Originally Posted by darkredmica View Post
    Damn thorough. Sometimes I wonder did I learn as much as you. Haha.

    The "sort of figure 8" thing... where we had to stop and check for incoming bikes... I can't make the "u-turn". I made a really wide turn cuz I was afraid to fall, afraid to lean my body with the bike.

    You managed to turn properly? Good for ya! Thumbs up!
    Hahahaha thorough ah? Posted it at 2.34am, like damm sleepy alrdy. Hahahha
    Hmmm i think cuz low speed that's why cant lean as much. My leaning quite ok ah, around60+ degrees?
    Hahahaha i still can measure ah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkredmica View Post
    Damn thorough. Sometimes I wonder did I learn as much as you. Haha.

    The "sort of figure 8" thing... where we had to stop and check for incoming bikes... I can't make the "u-turn". I made a really wide turn cuz I was afraid to fall, afraid to lean my body with the bike.

    You managed to turn properly? Good for ya! Thumbs up!
    The bike will only fall if it has no speed. The way to avoid this is to throttle more around the bend (this will be scary). To avoid going too fast, apply the footbrake. Constant throttle + footbrake is necessary for stability through all low speed narrow turns and narrow courses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timewalker84 View Post
    The bike will only fall if it has no speed. The way to avoid this is to throttle more around the bend (this will be scary). To avoid going too fast, apply the footbrake. Constant throttle + footbrake is necessary for stability through all low speed narrow turns and narrow courses.
    I see! Thanks for the advice bro!
    Will try doing it the next round

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    Bro, a gentle reminder for u. The bike will auto straighten up the moment u accelerate, control your throttle and clutch-in + change back to 1st gear once u starts the u-turn out. U gotta really look at where u wanna go while u are doing the figure 8.
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    Quote Originally Posted by feriosi View Post
    Bro, a gentle reminder for u. The bike will auto straighten up the moment u accelerate, control your throttle and clutch-in + change back to 1st gear once u starts the u-turn out. U gotta really look at where u wanna go while u are doing the figure 8.
    Thanks for the heads up man! I will try to do it right! =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabil SugarBoy View Post
    Lesson 1(b): S$23.54(off-peak)

    Thank God that weather was on my side today. My lesson was at 12.45pm!
    Moving on from what I had learnt:
    a) Gear shifting from 1-3, and back from 3-1, then to a stop.
    Well, I had quite alot of trouble, since i had very little knowledge and experience on gearshifting. In malaysia, the kups gearshift AUTOMATIC!
    hahahah. Anw, i kinda took it slow, till i got the hang of it. So what's the correct procedure?
    Move off(Half clutch)>gear up>gear up>instructor ask u stop next round>apply more rear brake than front brake, gear down all the way>come to a perfect stop only with left leg down. Note: APPLY CLUTCH AND FRONT BRAKE EVEN AFTER STOPPING. They're particular about that.
    I may be wrong, but when it comes to stopping, most of the time just apply 70% rear brake, 30% rear brake to ensure a smooth stop?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nabil SugarBoy View Post
    b) Braking at low speed. Gearshifting from 1-5, and back from 5-1, stop(braking at high speed).
    This was one of the fun subjects. I had quite a trouble with low speed braking, since low speed and me don't go well together
    But for gearshift 1-5, fuhhhh! FUN LAH SEHH! Negotiate sharp bends at gear 3 BTW! Then when pass yellow line, apply brakes, clutch in, kick down to gear 1, stop. Well, i must say i really love high speed braking.

    c) Gear shifting to negotiate bends/dangers.
    Now, no more braking to a stop! It's all the way gear 3 to 5, back to 3, to 5.
    Even more shiok, wind blowing on my face.... The exhaust fumes...
    Shifting from 5 to 3 is quite easy: Brakes>clutch and gear down twice>release clutch to apply engine braking>release brakes>throttle.
    Hmm.. So, for these two, for b) Braking for low speed, what is the requirement to clear Prac 1?

    For c) Gear shift to negotiate bends/dangers.. Only need to gear down from gear 5 to 3, release brakes and throttle because the instructors want to see engine braking?


    Quote Originally Posted by Nabil SugarBoy View Post
    d) Sort-of figure 8
    This was i guess, the killer. U have to be in gear 2 throughout the course, until the cone where if there're bikes coming in ur way, geardown to 1, stop. Check blindspot again, and proceed with the u-turn.
    Well, it was quite tough for me, since my engine stalled twice during the evaluation round! First while moving off, second when about to stop cuz there're other bikes coming. What happened?
    Taking off, released clutch too sudden. Stall.
    Through the course, i forgot to maintain proper eyeline; i think that's part of the reason i failed.
    About to reach cone, saw other bikes coming, kanchiong to stop. Engine stalled. Start bike up, moving off to park the bike(supposed to park bike after the round), got in the way of another bike, cuz i dint check blindspot. I'm sorry dude, it was ur first lesson, and i had to cock it up for u
    Well, these are the parts where i think caused my failure.
    But im sure i can do it the next time round which is this tuesday!
    AND WAIT, I FORGOT TO SAY, the u-turn was the most fun, since i was like cornering. AHAHAHA.

    Well, just unsatisfied i went off with a fail. But that ain't stopping me from getting my license ASAP! HAHAHAHA
    Will update u guys again!
    The instructors call this one Cornering. I screwed up!

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    i shall share some tips.. =D

    every bike in cdc feel difference. some might be quite close. try not to pick back same bike.. must try others bike.. cause during my TP.. i take a bike that i never rode once in my life in CDC for 2B.

    Everytime you board the bike.. try play with clutch without throttling. feel the biting point. it is to help you to roughly gauge where is the point you release your left hand till the biting point which help you in SLOPE, PLANK.

    Why i say SLOPE? simple enough.. without much explaination. PLANK is because if you tend to on/off your clutch, chances are that you will throttle on and off too. you afraid that not enough speed to balance or move on plank. So, maintain the spot you feel the best and hold throttle with assist of rear brake to pass thru plank.

    For FIG-8 > Once you shift your gear to 2. Try hold throttle and use rear brake.. Dont ever try to turn on and off at throttle.. it sort of upset your riding feeling.. like.. you are riding a horse.. rocking.. cause gear 2 is high torque but low speed. So do try hold throttle and use rear brake. If you cant bank that low, if have a chance, do let the instructor Benjamin take you a riding.. you confirm WHUTHEFXXX.. =x

    For Crank > Once u shift gear 2. Dont need much throttle, you could actually let the bike roll it way out. i tend to throttle but times, i up kerb. LOL! so play safe, let it roll it way out.. no worry for timing part. all instructor like never care much for timing. do look out for bike that turn in to lane or waiting for fig-8 and lastly.. most important.. look infront of the crank course for car.. sometime they might right turn into our side.. my buddy got a immediate failure at his prac 5. Do watch out.

    For Plank > Look at the top. =D *wait wait* 1 more trick. but quite hard and quite dangerous. why i say dangerous? cause without using throttling and brake. Practically, using half clutch or biting point to move the bike and use your feeling of balancing. Just half clutch and let the bike slowly roll on the plank and let it roll down. Definitely more then 6 sec. but risky.. no enough engine rpm.. or release too much clutch.. bike dies. I only recommend if you find a bike that idle at 2rpm.. which mean engine is strong enough.

    For Salom > all base on your instinct. Do remember, do a wide entry on each cone if too close. your back frame might give a knock on cone.. it result as immediate failure too. or you could try bank method. Or do in the most comfortable method by yourself.

    For E-brake > Ok, i might type a long list here. =x Normally at E-brake, got 2 situation, either overspeed or too low speed or tend to off throttle before white line. i start with overspeed> why will overspeed? alot learner, all will do change gear fast = using gear 3 over a longer distance, which tend to let the bike go faster. when bike go faster, all learner will tend to off throttle which they scare overspeed or too fast. what if change gear slow? it lead to slow speed, why? cause not enough distance or rev of using gear 3 to reach the intend speed of 30 to 35. As for my tips is.. Drag gear 1 and 2 for longer timing or distance. why drag? you maintaining the engine rpm or rev-ing, which reach gear 3, your speed cfm near 30 or 35.. more then enough.. --|gear1=====gear2=====gear3====|=====|===

    Sorry for this long wall of text.. if my tips works.. do share around in CDC to help the new learner. or share more here. =P

    Good luck to those who taking class 2B this Year. Cheers~

    I copy from another thread which i typed yesterday~ -> http://www.singaporebikes.com/forums...-cdc-2b/page17

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    I have a class 3 license, used to learn and drive both auto and manual transmission, but retaking Prac 1 at least thrice already and i have zero riding experience, so, is my confidence level low or I'm just awkward when it comes to handling a bike?

     

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by fat-lip View Post
    I have a class 3 license, used to learn and drive both auto and manual transmission, but retaking Prac 1 at least thrice already and i have zero riding experience, so, is my confidence level low or I'm just awkward when it comes to handling a bike?
    Ur class 3 will help u when u get to circuit and road riding because you will have some sense of how to change lane etc. But if u never ridden, a clutch bile before it takes time to learn the basics.

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    hmm. may be due to your old habit of riding outside ba. LOL

    i go thrice also. LOL! =X
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    hmm. may be due to your old habit of riding outside ba. LOL

    i go thrice also. LOL! =X
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    Quote Originally Posted by fat-lip View Post
    I have a class 3 license, used to learn and drive both auto and manual transmission, but retaking Prac 1 at least thrice already and i have zero riding experience, so, is my confidence level low or I'm just awkward when it comes to handling a bike?
    Ur class 3 will help u when u get to circuit and road riding because you will have some sense of how to change lane etc. But if u never ridden, a clutch bile before it takes time to learn the basics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rijac View Post
    Ur class 3 will help u when u get to circuit and road riding because you will have some sense of how to change lane etc. But if u never ridden, a clutch bile before it takes time to learn the basics.

    Sent from my GT-N7000 using Tapatalk 2
    what he say is right. having class 3 is a good advantage of changing lane. but 1 bad habit is. fast glance and change.. sure tio mark =x
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    Quote Originally Posted by JrCherish View Post
    what he say is right. having class 3 is a good advantage of changing lane. but 1 bad habit is. fast glance and change.. sure tio mark =x
    Not just that. It will help with how to handle traffic light, yellow box, junctions etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rijac View Post
    Not just that. It will help with how to handle traffic light, yellow box, junctions etc.

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    not much eh.. after you go the test circuit on road. LOL! only prac 6 luh. instructors bring you anyhow loop or ride. LOL!
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    rijac is correct.
    With Class 3 in hand, the road practise and test for C2B is much easier............I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simsci View Post
    rijac is correct.
    With Class 3 in hand, the road practise and test for C2B is much easier............I know.
    there is a slight different when is TP. for class 3. the car you used for warm up = the car you gonna use for TP. as for bike, not really. =X choose any bike that is left over in the center. =X
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    Quote Originally Posted by JrCherish View Post
    there is a slight different when is TP. for class 3. the car you used for warm up = the car you gonna use for TP. as for bike, not really. =X choose any bike that is left over in the center. =X
    I am referring to experience. Having a class 3 and driving experience will help in the road and circuit movement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fat-lip View Post
    I may be wrong, but when it comes to stopping, most of the time just apply 70% rear brake, 30% rear brake to ensure a smooth stop?



    Hmm.. So, for these two, for b) Braking for low speed, what is the requirement to clear Prac 1?

    For c) Gear shift to negotiate bends/dangers.. Only need to gear down from gear 5 to 3, release brakes and throttle because the instructors want to see engine braking?




    The instructors call this one Cornering. I screwed up!
    1) Yeah, smooth and awesome stopping.
    2) Braking at low speed, u will have to a)not wobble when taking off or stopping b) left leg must go up (meaning cant drag ur left leg) c)Stop with left leg down ONLY.
    3) Just look at where u are turning to, not looking at where ur bike is moving. It really helps! U got a hell lot more confidence to corner that way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rijac View Post
    I am referring to experience. Having a class 3 and driving experience will help in the road and circuit movement.
    rijac is correct again......that's what I agreed on. LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabil SugarBoy View Post
    1) Yeah, smooth and awesome stopping.
    2) Braking at low speed, u will have to a)not wobble when taking off or stopping b) left leg must go up (meaning cant drag ur left leg) c)Stop with left leg down ONLY.
    3) Just look at where u are turning to, not looking at where ur bike is moving. It really helps! U got a hell lot more confidence to corner that way.
    So, for:

    2) Braking at low speed, the requirement to clear is, u will have to a)not wobble when taking off or stopping, and, b) left leg must go up (meaning cant drag ur left leg) ?

    c) For Gear shift to negotiate bends/dangers.. Only need to gear down from gear 5 to 3.. the requirement is to Stop with left leg down ONLY. ?

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    now I heard that the minimum passing period is 6-7 months. that's so so so so freaking long. currently at prac 6. hopefully can chiong ah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nabil SugarBoy View Post
    Lesson 1(b): S$23.54(off-peak)FAILED

    d) Sort-of figure 8
    This was i guess, the killer. U have to be in gear 2 throughout the course, until the cone where if there're bikes coming in ur way, geardown to 1, stop. Check blindspot again, and proceed with the u-turn.
    Well, it was quite tough for me, since my engine stalled twice during the evaluation round! First while moving off, second when about to stop cuz there're other bikes coming. What happened?
    Taking off, released clutch too sudden. Stall.
    Through the course, i forgot to maintain proper eyeline; i think that's part of the reason i failed.
    About to reach cone, saw other bikes coming, kanchiong to stop. Engine stalled. Start bike up, moving off to park the bike(supposed to park bike after the round), got in the way of another bike, cuz i dint check blindspot. I'm sorry dude, it was ur first lesson, and i had to cock it up for u
    Well, these are the parts where i think caused my failure.
    But im sure i can do it the next time round which is this tuesday!
    AND WAIT, I FORGOT TO SAY, the u-turn was the most fun, since i was like cornering. AHAHAHA.

    Well, just unsatisfied i went off with a fail. But that ain't stopping me from getting my license ASAP! HAHAHAHA
    Will update u guys again!

    Spent so far:
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    How to clear this one uh? This one is where they call cornering.

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    Veil checking in.

    Taking 2b is like a kid having tons of fun at playground! Surely fall or injury a bit but its too addictive to stop!

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    wonder when will this thread be updated.. the fellow pass and fall down a few times liao still haven't completed his diary..... @nabilsugarboy
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    nowadays take license super long!!

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    hello any advice for lesson 3 having problem with going up slope And I have difficulty stepping the rear break (standing at 150cm only hahaha)...

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