MY FIRST MOTORBIKE!! *HELP ME*!!

MY FIRST MOTORBIKE!! *HELP ME*!!
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Well, 10 years on SupercarsofLondon and I never saw this coming! I swap 4 wheels for 2 wheels and begin my adventure into the motorbike world!! WISH ME LUCK! Massive thanks to Honda and their Riding School:

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22 Replies to “MY FIRST MOTORBIKE!! *HELP ME*!!”

  1. Jakeday_ Mt_

    Wow Welcome to the Motorbike family well done I have a Motorbike Be on My CBT for 3Years now we will have to go for a ride with you soon i have i Yamaha MT125ABS My Instagram jakeday_mt_

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  2. SauberWarrior 205

    WHAT HAPPENED TO THAT DRIFT CHAPTER! IT BASICALLY NEVER HAPPENED CAUSE LITTLE TO NO DRIFTING HAPPENED ON THE CHANNEL! HONESTLY, I WAS SO EXCITED BUT THIS DIDN'T HAPPEN! But Still I'm Happy With The Motorbike Chapter. Gutted That There Is No Drifting But Still I Like Motorbikes! Don't Dissapoint With This.

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  6. minatormyth

    Super car and bike owner driver here. Its good to do both. Dont fall into the silly biker chain of thought that bikes are better than cars ect ect. There both awsome in every way, its all about the right tool for the right job. Ride safe brother.

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  9. Rhydian Davies

    Bikes have become so much more advanced, USD on a 125?!

    Was going to recommend the motorcycle school i used in Romford but they closed down, I passed in 4/5 lessons in -5c conditions where the examiner had to use a car 🙁

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  12. Jim Dodd Adventures

    Good on you mate well done. I've had my bike license for just under 2 years now and I'm loving it. I'm on just allowed now to ride any size bike I want. Here in New South Wales, Australia you must do a pre learners course which is 7 hours over 2 days, then you must pass a knowledge test before you can get a learners permit. You must be on the learners (L plates) for a min of 3 months and max 12 before you progress to a Provisional licence (red P plates) which last for 12 months. If you're under 25 and or have had a license less than 5 years you must then go on green P's for 2 years. Then you're a full license holder and can ride anything.

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  13. edjhutchinson

    Welcome to the world of 2 wheels! I love fast cars and bikes, but nothing beats the rush from riding a high powered bike. Just take your time getting acquainted, don't get sucked in by others.

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  16. Ste Bradley

    After a few months you will ride like you drive without even thinking about brakes and clutch etc it will com natural. Just make sure you always look ahead a lot further than in a car and look through the bends before you get to them. This I promise is such a basic thing but will make you ride so much better.

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  21. Camsty 1

    When you get your full license I would recommend that you either get a yamaha r3 or if you want a bit more power go for a triumph street triple

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