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for bumpy............i wear those shoes with segregated sole (leather shoes or army boots) rather than flat sole of sport shoes so that it wouldnt sleep n easier to control rear brake

 

move off smoothly........stand up on pegs......thigh forward grabbing the tank.......use body weight to transfer to handle bar........lock left or right elbow use another to steer slightly.................look far, for cdc got a blind spot mirror right in front about 50m ahead.........use tat............half clutch on off technique, throttle hold.........try to slow for 1st 3-4 bumps......thereafter if not zai.....n think 4secs is up......just throttle up n move off straightly off the bumps at higher speed

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Originally posted by kAtH3rIn3@Jan 27 2005, 11:39 AM

any tips for bumpy ???

i sucks at it !!!

jus half clutch, then blow blow...

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Originally posted by AeROSmitH@Jan 16 2005, 06:27 PM

haha

thanx guys...

but morale damn low la

haha

sometimes quite sad...when u check blind spot...but they nv see

den they give u free points

pengz...

my nxt tp on 1st of feb~

any takin on same day~????????

I sincerely agree with u and feel the same way.

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Originally posted by leo_rider@Jan 27 2005, 07:22 PM

jus half clutch, then blow blow...

:smile:

yeah half clutch...blow...n grip the tank with yr knees n position yr chest juz above the tank so that bike will b stable...look far...instructor teach 1...find it useful so share share...good luck :cheer:

Let The Good Times Roll.............

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Originally posted by Ahbrown@Jan 27 2005, 08:56 PM

yeah half clutch...blow...n grip the tank with yr knees n position yr chest juz above the tank so that bike will b stable...look far...instructor teach 1...find it useful so share share...good luck :cheer:

ya..

me too...

just half and blow, then no points and clear the bumpy course...

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was taking my class 2 at bbdc yest and instructor told me in march they'll be changing their 2a and 2 bikes. 2a bike will be super4.

 

he said class 2 bike is a 1100cc. if us class 2 trainees drag our tp till after march will have to use that new bike, coz they're getting rid of all hornets, 250 and 600.

 

he said he didn knoe the class2 wat model. but he noe 1100cc. and of coz they must buy honda.

 

hmm. honda 1100cc. the x-11.......

 

better faster clear on the nimble hornet6 before i'm forced to get on that monster...

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Originally posted by mechwira@Jan 29 2005, 02:49 PM

was taking my class 2 at bbdc yest and instructor told me in march they'll be changing their 2a and 2 bikes. 2a bike will be super4.

 

he said class 2 bike is a 1100cc. if us class 2 trainees drag our tp till after march will have to use that new bike, coz they're getting rid of all hornets, 250 and 600.

 

he said he didn knoe the class2 wat model. but he noe 1100cc. and of coz they must buy honda.

 

hmm. honda 1100cc. the x-11.......

 

better faster clear on the nimble hornet6 before i'm forced to get on that monster...

:sian:

me can only enrol by march..

1100cc....

ST11??

or Blackbird??

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Originally posted by leo_rider@Jan 29 2005, 09:47 PM

:sian:

me can only enrol by march..

1100cc....

ST11??

or Blackbird??

at first i oso tot st11; even asked the instructor he still say he donno wat model, he onli know 1100cc. i panicked as i pictured myself trying to take on the s-course and pylon slalom on the st11. but then i realized current st11 now is actually st13, so cant be.

 

so the only 1100cc bike seems to be either blackbird or x-11. i think more likely x-11.

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Originally posted by mechwira@Jan 29 2005, 02:49 PM

was taking my class 2 at bbdc yest and instructor told me in march they'll be changing their 2a and 2 bikes. 2a bike will be super4.

 

he said class 2 bike is a 1100cc. if us class 2 trainees drag our tp till after march will have to use that new bike, coz they're getting rid of all hornets, 250 and 600.

 

he said he didn knoe the class2 wat model. but he noe 1100cc. and of coz they must buy honda.

 

hmm. honda 1100cc. the x-11.......

 

better faster clear on the nimble hornet6 before i'm forced to get on that monster...

wah lau !!!

den i take my 2a now very bo hua lar ???

:sian: :sian: :sian: :sian:

heard frm which instructor ???

monday i go check it out !!!

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Originally posted by mechwira@Jan 30 2005, 12:21 AM

at first i oso tot st11; even asked the instructor he still say he donno wat model, he onli know 1100cc. i panicked as i pictured myself trying to take on the s-course and pylon slalom on the st11. but then i realized current st11 now is actually st13, so cant be.

 

so the only 1100cc bike seems to be either blackbird or x-11. i think more likely x-11.

:sian: leh..

can't imagine me in a oversize bike...

:sian:

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Originally posted by kAtH3rIn3@Jan 30 2005, 01:33 AM

wah lau !!!

den i take my 2a now very bo hua lar ???

:sian: :sian: :sian: :sian:

heard frm which instructor ???

monday i go check it out !!!

help check cls 2 also leh..

10s...

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wah.. BBDC changing bikes??? but they will change to sports bike meh?? i think most likely rd bikes bah?

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Originally posted by HONG@Jan 30 2005, 03:27 PM

wah.. BBDC changing bikes??? but they will change to sports bike meh?? i think most likely rd bikes bah?

they sure use rd bike one...

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Originally posted by leo_rider@Jan 30 2005, 03:31 PM

they sure use rd bike one...

thats why i say must be the x11. the bike below:

 

http://www.theautochannel.com/N/vehicles/new/reviews/motorcycles/2000/photos/abachofen_honda_x11_006.jpg

 

considering only honda road bikes, the only candidates culd be the hornet919 and super4 cb1300. but if the instructor's claim of 1100cc is to be believed, then this bike must be it. dam, heavier and more torquey to ride. the hornet6 so dam easy to ride, in fact i find it easier to ride than the hornet250. but if they make me go on the x-11 i donno how already.

 

anyway the instructor already told me confirm changing, only question is exactly which month (he say probably march) and exactly which model. even the circuit test route gonna change.

 

PS: oh dam i just read that the x-11 has got honda's dual combined brake system. i realli dowan to get on this bike do tp. hope i clear mine first time.

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will they use such a powerful and expensive bike in bbdc ??

i dun think so lehz ..

anyway tml pract i go check it out ..

 

bumpy course i still buay zai lehz ..

3 or 4 out of 10 times i succeed nia ...

:cry: :cry: :cry:

and i noe y liaoz ..

cos go in the bumps i start to gan chiong nv see the bumps and anyhow clutch in anyhow blow blow blow ..

in the end 1st 2 bumps complete, 3rd bump cannot go up liaoz ..

:sweat: :sweat: :sweat:

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will they use such a powerful and expensive bike in bbdc ??

i dun think so lehz ..

anyway tml pract i go check it out ..

 

bumpy course i still buay zai lehz ..

3 or 4 out of 10 times i succeed nia ...

:cry: :cry: :cry:

and i noe y liaoz ..

cos go in the bumps i start to gan chiong nv see the bumps and anyhow clutch in anyhow blow blow blow ..

in the end 1st 2 bumps complete, 3rd bump cannot go up liaoz ..

:sweat: :sweat: :sweat:

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will they use such a powerful and expensive bike in bbdc ??

i dun think so lehz ..

anyway tml pract i go check it out ..

 

bumpy course i still buay zai lehz ..

3 or 4 out of 10 times i succeed nia ...

:cry: :cry: :cry:

and i noe y liaoz ..

cos go in the bumps i start to gan chiong nv see the bumps and anyhow clutch in anyhow blow blow blow ..

in the end 1st 2 bumps complete, 3rd bump cannot go up liaoz ..

:sweat: :sweat: :sweat:

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Originally posted by kAtH3rIn3@Jan 31 2005, 01:51 AM

will they use such a powerful and expensive bike in bbdc ??

i dun think so lehz ..

yes they will.

 

the centers are not private buyers. the instructor explained it to me. honda is a major shareholder of bbdc and ssdc, while yamaha is a major shareholder of cdc. thats why u will only see honda bikes (and cars) in bbdc and ssdc, while cdc uses yamaha bikes. it is honda and yamaha that decides wat models the center will use, based on wat bikes they want to promote. exactly how much the centers end up paying, i donno. but they are not private buyers paying for the bikes, rather the bikes are supplied to them by a major shareholder.

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Originally posted by mechwira@Jan 31 2005, 02:01 PM

yes they will.

 

the centers are not private buyers. the instructor explained it to me. honda is a major shareholder of bbdc and ssdc, while yamaha is a major shareholder of cdc. thats why u will only see honda bikes (and cars) in bbdc and ssdc, while cdc uses yamaha bikes. it is honda and yamaha that decides wat models the center will use, based on wat bikes they want to promote. exactly how much the centers end up paying, i donno. but they are not private buyers paying for the bikes, rather the bikes are supplied to them by a major shareholder.

wow..

sponsor???

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Originally posted by leo_rider@Jan 31 2005, 06:59 PM

wow..

sponsor???

i donno how much the centers end up paying for each bike. could be just a portion, could be not at all. but definitely not the same price that you and i would pay for.

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Originally posted by mechwira@Jan 31 2005, 07:17 PM

i donno how much the centers end up paying for each bike. could be just a portion, could be not at all. but definitely not the same price that you and i would pay for.

:sian:

if only we cld get the same price...

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Originally posted by leo_rider@Jan 31 2005, 07:28 PM

:sian:

if only we cld get the same price...

go apply for career as their riding/driving instructor. everytime they change bike (i dun mean scrap i mean change of model), staff gets very special price for the outgoing bikes. dats why u see some of them ride the newer honda cb125; got it at special price during last round of change to the cg125. heard staff price for the outgoing hornet250 going at $500. no mistake on the zeroes in my figure.

 

stand by your resume!

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Originally posted by mechwira@Jan 31 2005, 07:40 PM

go apply for career as their riding/driving instructor. everytime they change bike (i dun mean scrap i mean change of model), staff gets very special price for the outgoing bikes. dats why u see some of them ride the newer honda cb125; got it at special price during last round of change to the cg125. heard staff price for the outgoing hornet250 going at $500. no mistake on the zeroes in my figure.

 

stand by your resume!

:faint:

:help:

me still in ns leh... :sian:

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Big bike easiler to ride on. That my opinion. You got more control and power. It is stable too, compare to smaller cc bike. So if they change i think is better, since ii is in good condition.:smile:

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