Very Famous Person
As another new female rider - baby steps is the key,
first week- ...
second week ...
Now - ... :thumbsup:
Well, certainly this might work for some, but I would not recommend a time schedule as much as a progress schedule. To move on only after you have conquered the prior effort.
Also, I believe it incumbent to spend an extreme amount of time at the beginning of your learning journey in a large parking lot doing the slow maneuvers as those are by far the hardest thing to conquer. I don't have numbers to quote, but my guess is that many more drops happen at low speeds than on the highway at 50 mph. I'm amazed at some riders I know that will always "duck walk" their bike around a lot, or go around the block because they don't have the practice--then confidence--to make a low speed u-turn on a roadway or gas station.