In a perfect world. However, in reality, cars are not looking for you, they will not see you, so l always assume l am invisible.Thank you all for your support it is really encouraging. I take my hat off to all you riders it's not that easy. Wouldn't it be great if all drivers were able to experience a little bit on a motorbike, they would understand and appreciates bikes a lot more
I did the same thing. I bought a Honda Magna right after getting my license, but it was too big/heavy and powerful for me. I never really felt like I was in control. I only had the BRC under my belt and zero experience elsewhere. I ended up selling it and getting a TU250x, which is a much better fit for me. I'm not saying that's the answer for you, but you're definitely not the only one to feel that way. Welcome and good luck.Now I'm thinking too much too soon, not sure. Not too confident, however I am keen to learn, is it a matter of time, or should one be a natural at rinding
And the best advice I can give, is ride your own ride.
Great advice Zippy. I've been riding for 6 years and I can count on one hand how many times I've ridden with others. An exception is when your on the interstate and tag along with other bikers on my route. I can concentrate more and enjoy the ride. I'm not against riding with others, just turns out that way most times.