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Apologies if this common question or asked before but.


Did CBT recently although got cut short (long story) so need go back redo most of day again.


Struggling a bit with gears on road ride up and down etc and with road position manoeuvre and speed etc.


Ive seen you can get 125cc scooters and wondering if this is easier to learn and get basics of then get a bike with gears and sell teach ince got hang of road riding positioning etc etc.


If so should i go back and finish my CBT on this type of "automatic" bike.


Suppose like driving car and learning automatic then learning manual when you know a bit more.


Thanks

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I think you're chomping at the bit a bit. It takes time to learn and time seems to go slowly when you're learning the basics. Stick with the geared bike, it will come, I guarantee you :wink:

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Also, I've got a scooter and a bike and the bike is much easier to ride, you have better control with the manual clutch, big wheels heavier so you don't get blown about and with your legs either side of the bike it's more comfortable and a lot more stable :thumb:


Why do I ride a scooter too? Well It only weighs 103kg so goes on the back of our motorhome, has helmet storage so is annoyingly practical and is only £17 a year to tax.

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Also, I've got a scooter and a bike and the bike is much easier to ride, you have better control with the manual clutch, big wheels heavier so you don't get blown about and with your legs either side of the bike it's more comfortable and a lot more stable :thumb:


Why do I ride a scooter too? Well It only weighs 103kg so goes on the back of our motorhome, has helmet storage so is annoyingly practical and is only £17 a year to tax.

Ohhh thats cheap, who is it insured with?



Ohhh yea bike then your done

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