mummies bhoy wrote
I've been riding a ZZR 1100 for the last few weeks as my normal commuter bike (TRX 850) is off the road for repairs. Riding the ZZR definitely requires more skill and control than the TRX which is so much easier to ride in dodgy conditions. So hats off to any riders who use big boy's like the ZZR all year round!
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Nope, a test of stupidity... riding any bikes in winter and cold/wet is just plain DAFT !
Is it a skill to not hammer the throttle open?
You know... the cold... the wet... the wet... and the cold..and most of all.... the dirt.
You mean you haven't heard of weather-proof clothing?
fukkin hell, spot the n00b...WOOPWOOP!!!
Couch Commando wrote
For the bike ?
Real men ride two-strokes in winter.
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