New to two....

by Stacia

More of a tip - if your new to riding 2 up - good rule of thumb for turning - don't "throw" yourself into the turn or over lean. It is enough of a position switch to just look over the shoulder of the driver in the direction he is turning. This is how my boyfriend taught his kids to ride behind him and it works really well. This also means that you need to PAY ATTENTION to what the driver is doing or planning to do. Don't be daydreaming or admiring the scenery (for too long anyway). You will eventually learn to feel his subtle shifts and - goofy as it sounds - become one with the bike and driver. Be safe!

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