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KnightRyder

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  1. It’s a mixed bag of opinions, I’ve been toing and froing between the 2, I definately will not be getting a bike to ride as fast as the speed of sound, just for fun at weekends etc, I have no desire to be the next Rossi. I just want to be the best prepared and skilled rider I can be. Was just going to book a CBT this week and buy a cheap 125 until next spring and then do the DAS, then I thought just do both next spring and save for an SV650 Thanks for your replies, still mulling it over. I don’t know what the standard way, if there is one, is to learn.
  2. I’m a bit older and wiser to jump straight onto a 1000cc bike, I’d probably buy an SV650 and have it a while before considering buying another bike at whatever power. Thanks for your 2p
  3. Thanks for the comment, yeah I know CBT is compulsory no matter which route anyone goes down but it’s regarding doing CBT and then learning on a 125 for a while then taking DAS or CBT then straight to DAS, I wasn’t sure if learning on a 125 for a while is more beneficial or just wasting money.
  4. Thanks for the comment, yeah I know CBT is compulsory no matter which route anyone goes down but it’s regarding doing CBT and then learning on a 125 for a while then taking DAS or CBT then straight to DAS, I wasn’t sure if learning on a 125 for a while is more beneficial or just wasting money.
  5. Does doing a CBT then learning on a 125cc bike for a few months prepare me better to pass DAS and overall become a better more skilled rider or does it not make any difference to doing CBT then straight to DAS? I don’t wanna rush just to pass, but not sure if buying a 125cc tax insurance etc will be wasted money when it might not make a difference. Any thoughts on this would be appreciated? Btw, forgot to mention last year I had some taster sessions on a 125cc with a riding instructor, 1st lesson I wheelied the bike and fell off on a grass verge, luckily but the bike landed on my leg an
  6. I know this is an old post but just read it and was wondering what ever happened? As I’m having the same predicament, can’t decide if I should buy and old YBR125 and learn the basics, after CBT or go straight into DAS?
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