TAKING DELIVERY OF MY FIRST MOTORBIKE | HONDA CBR650R

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TAKING DELIVERY OF MY FIRST MOTORBIKE | HONDA CBR650R
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My Honda CBR650R has finally arrived. I took delivery of my first motorbike and immediately took it for my first ride!! What an unbelievably cool bike and experience. Massive thank you to Honda as always for this awesome journey!!

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45 Replies to “TAKING DELIVERY OF MY FIRST MOTORBIKE | HONDA CBR650R”

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  6. Dankeller69

    Leaning a bike into corners is where itโ€™s at. Iโ€™d suggest doing motorcycle advanced course to get the basics. Honda in Aus to advanced courses, not sure in uk tho.

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  10. Lee Trevarthen

    I feel chin gopro set up is better for field of view. Also its more out of the wind, stopping your head from being forced back. I made a video about mounting on the chin if you fancy checking it out.

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  16. Robert Mizen

    Thanks for sharing that Paul. Due to health issues I have not been able to have a license for over ten years. I can honestly say I miss the ability to ride a bike (my last one being a1200 Suzuki Bandit) a lot more than driving a car. Take care. Regards, Bob M. South Wales

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  27. spyburn007

    I kept trying to look up through the top of the screen. Needs a few extra angle of tilt on the helmet cam, to look forward up the road instead of down at the road. Interested to see how this chapter develops.

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  29. Muhammad Kharismawan

    IMO motorbike is when you are not in a rush., when you want to just enjoy the ride to the destination without beings stuck in traffic.
    Anything else, car is safer and most less exhausting.
    Short trip is where bike is king. So easy to get on and off.

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  32. Mark Chippendale

    Quick tip – as soon as you pull away, always (largely) close your visor, especially in summer/autumn as flies and midges are not only very painful as they hit your eyeball but the dramatic loss of vision is extremely dangerous as you try to find somewhere to pull over! 1cm gap is practical but more than 2-3 is frankly taking a risk!

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  36. Deano 2912

    PAUL WHAT YOU DOING RIDING WITHOUT PROTECTIVE LEGGINGS NOT ON MATE. IVE RODE FOR 20 YEARS AND IT DOESNT MATTER IF YOU JUST GOING TO THE SHOPS YOU ALWAYS WEAR YOUR GEAR. DO NOT TAKE THE CHANCE. YOUR SKIN WILL THANK YOU FOR IT. IM SURE YOU GOT KITTED WITH BOTTOMS BUT PLEASE WEAR LEATHER PANTS. "NOT BRIEFS" BUT LEGS. AS A NEW RIDER, YOU SHOULDNT BE TAKING CHANCES LIKE THAT. GREASE OIL WET TRACTION YOUR OFF. PAINT MARKINGS DRAIN COVERS. DO THE EXPERINCE THE RIGHT WAY.ALL THE BEST

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  40. David Bryant

    Paul,
    something thatโ€™ll blow your mind.
    Get to around 30mph or above, push the handle bar on either side away from you and watch the bike turn the same direction on the side you have pushed.

    Thinking about it, you push the right bar, which will turn the front wheel to the left but the bike will turn right.

    Welcome to counter steering. โ˜บ๏ธ

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  41. Mike Bader

    Wasnโ€™t expecting this, but very pleased to hear you talk very sensibly around motorcycling. Thatโ€™s a great first bike to get experience! Good on you ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿป

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  43. Alaina Callahan

    I've driven a motorcycle for many years and now that cage drivers are so distracted; it is more dangerous than ever. Please don't "split lanes" [drive down the divider line]. Get in a good safety course and practice, practice, practice.

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