Join Date: May 2013
Location: near hiawassee, ga
get a photobucket account and put all your pics on there. then you can hover over the little gear in upper right corner of your pic, and choose 'get links' from drop down menu, click on the bottom one, then paste it here in your message.
All I could say if you look for some advice on being a new rider is this: when taking a turn(corner) scan for anything on the road/parking lot that looks like it could be slippery, and then assume the whole corner is made out of that stuff, and adjust speed to be safe. reason is, if you're cornering like it's dry, then hit even a patch of water, mud, sand, gravel, snow, ice, oil, etc.. then you'll be going to fast for that one little patch and could lose control.
. I learned that lesson on a '72 honda cb200 in a parking lot. just crossed over a small stream of water in the asphalt parking lot and wham! down she went. wasn't even cornering hard.
probably the old hard tires, but the principle stands to reason.