Been a dirt rider. That always helps! These bikes are big, but they can and do handle good. I know in the dirt I tend to use the rear brake a little more. Remember for the street try and use that front brake, just some friendly advise. Some people who have not ridden in the street much like to use the rear brake to much and then they say they had to lay it down. People can always go to an empty parking lot and practice braking and turning with their nice new bike. Just wishing you a good time with your new bike and keep the shiny side up. Enjoy the ride!
Buckeye, Arizona(USA) 2011 Victory Cross Roads, Black police bag guards, black engine guards, black handle bars, Triumph Tiger mirrors, Triumph hand grips, set speedo/tach back 5" , adjustable timing wheel, Lloyzz Fuel Programmer III & air filter. Modified exhaust, made stock into 2 into 1. MRA windshield, Rotated front fender forward,relocated ignition switch, Bad Ace Fuel Tank Risers, Fat front tire.