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    Quote Originally Posted by OlyF6B View Post
    Always dress for the fall (and I don't mean the season...)
    Very well said! Expert advice.

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    Like Larry said, I look at every car on the road and quickly think,
    from this position what can and what will this car do to kill me.
    make your adjustment with this in mind.
    You are definitely the one thing on the road that no one can see.
    I always flash my lights when passing trucks and autos. Dont know if it helps
    but it cant hurt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willtill View Post
    Always, and I mean ALWAYS watch your rear view mirrors when at a stop.

    ALWAYS.
    +1. Twice on this bike, watching mirrors at a stop (and staying in 1st gear) have saved me. Both times, I was able to spot the driver behind me failing to stop in time, and pulled ahead between cars. Seeing the car sitting almost bumper to bumper with the one that was in front of you afterward is sobering.

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    According to my understanding, safety concerns is not limited only with rider's safety, it has also same importance for others. It will be not exaggeration if I say F6B is thrilling ride.

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    You can't ignore the importance of a windshield when you are riding at 120km/h. It will be more worse when you weren't properly gear up.

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    Whatever you do, DO NOT GET DISTRACTED WHILE RIDING!


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDp8bymHz-o

    (skip the add)

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    Mind your toes in the twisties. The footpegs are low.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cali261 View Post
    Whatever you do, DO NOT GET DISTRACTED WHILE RIDING!


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mDp8bymHz-o

    (skip the add)
    Two sets of high beams are better than one.

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