Out on the bike, despite being a very simple task (for those who already know), generates many doubts among inexperienced drivers. For this we decided to separate some simple tips on how to learn to control properly the clutch so they can get out quietly with the bike. After you do, I guarantee you will laugh, so easy that is.
- Hold the clutch The clutch is a metal lever that comes out by the arms of the handlebars. You will need to press and hold the lever pressed when you turn on the bike and when you shift gears.
- Learn how to put the bike in neutral. Still keeping the clutch thrown, go down the gears on the Exchange until it is no longer possible to decrease the speed. Go up a gear and, so, this will be neutral.
- Turn on the bike. This process will be through the Start button or by pedal, depending on the type of bike that you own.
Hold the clutch thrown again and press once on to pick up the first. You will notice a slight lock on the bike to pick up the March.
- Release the clutch slowly and begin to accelerate enough (do not accelerate too much, otherwise the bike “calls of a wheel”, rs) to the bike start the movement. This part is very important. After switching on the bike and engage the first gear, you should release the clutch at the correct time. If you drop too fast, so the bike will take leaps forward and probably will turn off. If you drop too slowly, the engine will make a lot of noise and will not leave the place. It is important that you only release dose enough to start the movement.
- Listen to the engine for the time of Exchange. When the engine needs more marches, you will hear increasing turning, and will begin to notice a distinctive sound of chainsaw.
- Tighten the clutch, drop a little acceleration and pass once the March. Once the bike won March, drop the clutch and accelerate immediately. When you’re on the go, pass the first gear directly to the second, jumping to neutral gait (neutral).
- And there, ready to train? Post here your questions and results!
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