You betcha. I'm thinking about letting MY 4-year old try an FJR.amadirectlink said:the clutch on the AE model works a bit like the clutch on a PW50. There's no lever on the left grip to worry about. You twist, you go. If a 4-year-old can get it, you can.
Tits! I've always wanted to be a pro!amadirectlink said:After a few miles (and probably a couple of beeps of the horn when you really meant to downshift instead), you'll be a pro.
Thank goodness. I hate clutching so much! Such an inconvenience!amadirectlink said:And the AE version provides an entirely new alternative for those wanting to escape the rigors of clutching.
Ya left it on your GoldWing, gramps!amadirectlink said:Only one question, Yamaha: Where's my radio?
If you got no wear on the middle does that mean the dirt section was done speedway / dirt track / slidin style. I'd like to see an R1 LE maxed out being "savaged" through a dirt corner. Yee haa !Liquidsilver said:Mack, those Corsas do fine on gravel, and my middles still look brand new.
you're hopless.....Liquidsilver said:YAY!! Robo clutch does the impossible! Almost shifts as smoothly as a Burgman/Ridley/Zuma! (with a little practice) :roll:
and disturbed, get a GS or one of those KTM contraptions already!Liquidsilver said:those Corsas do fine on gravel
You're just now figuring that out? :?20valves said:you're hopless.....
Here's the access road.20valves said:and disturbed, get a GS or one of those KTM contraptions already!