QUOTE(heavencloud @ Jan 7 2013, 04:12 AM)
oh lulz, who the heck are we to stop ts from making his decision
anyway, i too got my B license on the age of 26 (i only had a D license when was 18, no B2 at all until i took the B ). Bought a 150cc bike, rode it like for 3 months before sold it to my younger brother. Within a gap about 6 months after selling the bike, i straight away bought a 650cc bike.
The experience? So much fun. Just one thing for sure, always remember your capabilities and limitations. Safety is always the first priority. Superbike is fast. When getting into accidents, the outcome only 2. One is either u escaped unhurt, or dead.
So far i never involved with any major accident. Only one minor which i banged side by side with a van. the van suddenly turned right while i was about to overtake him on the right as well. i braked and forced myself to turn right along with the van, while the left side of my bike made contact with the van's right body. By some luck, I managed to control the bike and didn't fell down.
Anyway, now i'm going to settled down and gonna get married. So i have decided to retire from big biking. My wife-going-to-be-soon and future childrens are my utmost priority now.
Yeap. Safety first. Know what you can do, what you maybe can do, what you cannot do and "gerenti mati katak" if you do stuff.
That's why when I see one of these, I shit myself and stay far away.
These and road trains make our Malaysian lori balak look small kitty cats. The biggest one around here is some dude that drives the truck with the plate "OPRIME", that dude has 3 carriages
Nevermind. You can always drive a fast car instead This post has been edited by empire23: Jan 7 2013, 05:21 AM