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jasondotcom

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SARAWAK !!! What's Up?! (SARAWAK BORNEO)
« on: November 07, 2017, 02:58:35 AM »

Hello fellow Sarawakians! Anybody from this state? I'm Jason from Kuching City! Soon to be (in a few days) a proud owner of a brand new 2017 NAZA BLADE 250 GTR TBR EFI (HYOSUNG / COMET - 250R / GTR).

I am also in fact going to be a first time bike owner after being a car driver for the past 22 years. So this is totally a new experience for me as a first time bike owner as i do not know nuts about bikes and rider as in being first time on a large manual operated clutch bike and i hope many more experiences to come.

« Last Edit: November 07, 2017, 03:01:43 AM by jasondotcom »
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Re: SARAWAK !!! What's Up?! (SARAWAK BORNEO)
« Reply #1 on: November 07, 2017, 04:28:55 AM »

Welcome Jason,

From Sydney, myself.

Hope you enjoy your first experiences on a bike and that it treats you well!
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I used to be a sensitive, new age guy, but times have changed and now I am more of a caring, understanding, ninties type.

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Re: SARAWAK !!! What's Up?! (SARAWAK BORNEO)
« Reply #2 on: November 07, 2017, 02:13:26 PM »

welcome to 2wheels world  ;D

be carefull in your ride because a mistake can bring the ground near really fast. remember to focus in learning always you ride, it will helps you to become better and run safer.

i think its most important to care about
-other people doing s**t in streets (may hit you or hide a danger)
-path condition (that reflect over your moving)
-your sinergy with the bike to do commands
-where are you looking at (must be the righ place)

take a look often in race tecnics videos, it have a lot of good instructions to daily.
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