Rider’s: Height Weight Relevant Experiences
Next, we need to understand if you have had some relevant experiences that should give you an advantage when it comes to learning to ride a motorcycle from your average beginner motorcycle rider that doesn’t have these same/similar experiences.
For example, if you already know how to drive a manual transmission, that will certainly help reduce the learning curve. To learn more about this, check out our article about all the differences a beginner rider must learn from driving a car and how automatic motorcycles are growing in popularity.
Or, if you have a lot of experience riding recreational vehicles such as dirt bikes, mini-bikes, jet skis, mopeds/scooters, snowmobiles, etc., these experiences will help you pick up more easily some of the fundamentals of operating a motorcycle and they will again, help reduce the learning curve. To learn more about this, check out our article that explains how certain previous experiences can help you in learning to drive a motorcycle.
Having explained that, click on the response below that best describes your relevant experiences:
I don’t know how to operate a manual transmission and I don’t have much experience with those recreational vehicles.
I either know how to operate a manual transmission or I have a lot of experience operating those recreational vehicles.
I both know how to operate a manual transmission and I have a lot of experience operating those recreational vehicles.