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    Learning how to ride on Aprilia tuono

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUG...6JJfiGwqkTVaOw


    Here are some video's of me learning how to ride an 2016 Aprilia tuono factory 1100 got my permit in may of 2019 and its the only bike i have ridden.
    Sorry for video quality still trying to figure how to get best video uploaded to youtube

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    I didn't see any wheelies ??
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    That means that he has perfect gas handle controle.

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    Might try some wheelies next year...trying to stay on 2 the 1st year

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    Quote Originally Posted by blazzzed1 View Post
    Might try some wheelies next year...trying to stay on 2 the 1st year
    I keed, I keed. Take it easy, enjoy the bike, but respect the power. If you can control your emotions when that thing is pulling hard, you should do okay. Just assume, in traffic that no one sees you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tireatr View Post
    I keed, I keed. Take it easy, enjoy the bike, but respect the power. If you can control your emotions when that thing is pulling hard, you should do okay. Just assume, in traffic that no one sees you.
    Good advice thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by blazzzed1 View Post
    Might try some wheelies next year...trying to stay on 2 the 1st year
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    Quote Originally Posted by blazzzed1 View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUG...6JJfiGwqkTVaOw


    Here are some video's of me learning how to ride an 2016 Aprilia tuono factory 1100 got my permit in may of 2019 and its the only bike i have ridden.
    Sorry for video quality still trying to figure how to get best video uploaded to youtube
    So, this is a serious question - you got your motorcycle permit (licence) in May 2019 and the only bike you have ever ridden is the Touno Factory 1100 ??

    What kind of licensing/training program do you guys have there ?
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    Learning how to ride on Aprilia tuono

    I took a MSF course at a local place near me. if you pass the written and driving test you get a piece of paper saying you can get your permit and take it to the dmv. I did ride a street 500 in the class for like 4-6 hours.

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    Quote Originally Posted by millietant View Post
    So, this is a serious question - you got your motorcycle permit (licence) in May 2019 and the only bike you have ever ridden is the Touno Factory 1100 ??

    What kind of licensing/training program do you guys have there ?


    If you mean, do we have a tiered system? No, we don't, but it's my opinion that we should.

    Any 16yr old newly lisensed driver/rider can go buy any motorcycle sold in the US.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blazzzed1 View Post
    I took a MSF course at a local place near me. if you pass the written and driving test you get a piece of paper saying you can get your permit and take it to the dmv. I did ride a street 500 in the class for like 4-6 hours.
    Holy shit !!!!!!!!

    Don’t know whether that makes you lucky, or seriously unlucky !!!!!!!!

    4-6 hours here is your Compulsory Basic Training, which basically lets you ride a tiny 50cc/125cc learner bike, or a restricted power larger bike (power to weight ratio’s are also a factor for ledger capacity bikes).
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    Quote Originally Posted by photoRotor View Post
    If you mean, do we have a tiered system? No, we don't, but it's my opinion that we should.

    Any 16yr old newly lisensed driver/rider can go buy any motorcycle sold in the US.
    Yeah JD, that explains a lot of what we see when travelling in the USA. My niece in CT has also recently got her full driving licence for a car (she’s 17) and she can’t really drive for toffee - can’t believe the poor standards of competence & skill required to get a licence over there in one of the “most advanced” societies in the world !!!!

    German and Dutch driving test requirements and standards are what we should be aiming for.
    Cheers,

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