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"...Assuming that you already got on the saddle of your motorcycle and made sure it’s in neutral, you may start the engine. Pull in the clutch all the way and shift down with your left foot into the first gear. Now you can apply a bit of throttle, enough to keep it from stalling, while gradually releasing the clutch. Once the friction point is reached, the bike will begin to move forward. As soon as you find your balance you can place your feet on the foot pegs. Using your..." Continue Reading →
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