Question about 2008 Highland Motard
Hello everyone. I purchased a highlight motard about 2 months ago. Havent ridden a bike for a few years. Had 10 miles on the bike and my peg caught a curb and I was thrown over the handle bars and landed about thrity feet. I was pretty banged up. Contusion on arm and elbow
Cracked rbs and a broken big toe. Well I settled with insurance and bought another bike exactly like the first. The problem I have is that when I ride in curves I start freezing up and have a full blown anxiety attack to the point that I have to stop. I am taking the Motorcycle Safety course next weekend and am hoping that it will help but if any one has any suggestions I would apprieciate them. I live in the Blue Ridge mountains so curvy roads and mountains are something I am going to have to deal with will riding. I know the that Im suppose to psh and pull but Im afraid that the motorcycle in going to lean to far and Im going to crash.PLEASE HELPI'd hazard a guess fear is making you look down. Keep your eyes UP. Look where you want to go - and I mean where you want to go a ways down the road. A great deal of the rest of the technique flows from good eye discipline. It's the quickest way I know to break the fear - freeze cycle.,
Posted on Nov 10, 2008
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