Help please, Ladies training

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Re: Help please, Ladies training

#31 Unread post by ceemes »

Back to the speedo thing. Ever since my speedo cable snapped and I have yet to replace it, I find my riding and cornering has improved. I now only use to the tach to monitor engine revs and am no longer bothered by what the speedo is telling me, less input and more attention to what is actually going on. Mind you, it will probably end up biting me on the backside one day when I go a wee bit faster then the local speed tax collectors like.
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#32 Unread post by sapaul »

Same thing happens to me with earplugs. I hardly look at my clocks at the best of times but for some reason i go quicker with ear plugs.
I spent my therapy money an a K1200S
The therapy worked, I got a GS now
A touch of insanity crept back in the shape of an R1200R

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