gots_a_sol wrote: ↑
Mon Mar 12, 2018 7:08 am
Just stick with C. If you move yourself to B, you have to race B in everything. Also I'd rather earn the bump up to B than self promote.
You'll learn when you can sit vs having to stand. Suspension set up plays a big part in it. If the bike can't soak up the bumps, it will transfer it straight to your ass when sitting. So sit on the smoother bits and and stand when it gets rough.
May want to consider taking a class if you want to learn by doing. Some of us have done the Dirtwise class and it definitely helps.
I wasn't really considering a "B" class, just fooling ;)
But wasn't that last test for "A" only?
I was not capable to find those smooth bits to sit
My bike's suspension is not right for sure, every other bikes I've tried was much more firm than my is. But I'm not going to invest in the drz. It would be a waste of money, I'm not so attached to it. I'm considering to change it to another.
Btw, if you guys want to sell a bike, where do you advertise it. I know just craigslist and advrider.
And do you know if a street titled drz400e can still be registered for road use in nearby states?
Class would be good, but the prices are kinda high. I still learn something each ride and ask stupid questions to understand things. I know my big problem is turning in tight curves. It slows me down a lot. Also could be a bike, but I still have much to learn too :). Just gotta ride