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    Unhappy Bike slipping issue?

    AOA!
    I am noticing that my bike is slipping too much and today me & my friend and (other two friends who were on the other bike),my friend was driving my bike,we were on our way to nathiagali when suddenly out of no where,on a bend,the rear tyre slipped and we fell off,the road was wet,but we were @ 20km/h and in 2nd gear,we did not braked or anything suddenly out of nowhere the bike slipped ,we were confused about what happened :/

    The bike is zxmco 70cc,driven 1.8k km's,the tyres are pretty much new,what tyres you people suggest which have maximum road grip and don't slip on wet surfaces?

    p.s: me & my friend are fine with only cuts & bruises

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    ^
    will check both the things as we might go again this weekend
    will keep the suggestions in mind

    thanks everyone
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    To prevent slippage during rain or on roads with muddy dirt Keep you speed below 30Km/hr and avoid har breaking..Apply brakes evenly with less force and from further distance as you normally would do(like on dry roads i apply brakes before 70 meter to point of stopping,,on wet roads before 140 meters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by devilskreed View Post
    To prevent slippage during rain or on roads with muddy dirt Keep you speed below 30Km/hr and avoid har breaking..Apply brakes evenly with less force and from further distance as you normally would do(like on dry roads i apply brakes before 70 meter to point of stopping,,on wet roads before 140 meters.
    thanks for the help bro,will keep in mind..
    one should apply both brakes or only rear?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hamza_xeg View Post
    thanks for the help bro,will keep in mind..
    one should apply both brakes or only rear?
    60% front and 40% rear...But with light hands on 2 wheels
    60:40 is the normal ratio for breaking on 2 wheels..

    Any my bro if the age as mentioned in your profile is 16 then i assume you are new to driving.. Whether it is car or a bike(more care required here),,always drive keeping your cool intact and dont mind if people overtake you with high speeds..Just drive in your mood and at reasonable speeds of 40-50 km/hr (max 60)..I know it is hard initially but the racing attitude wears off in time..Be safe and drive slow..Your life is more precious than a machine of 2 wheels
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    Quote Originally Posted by devilskreed View Post
    60% front and 40% rear...But with light hands on 2 wheels
    60:40 is the normal ratio for breaking on 2 wheels..

    Any my bro if the age as mentioned in your profile is 16 then i assume you are new to driving.. Whether it is car or a bike(more care required here),,always drive keeping your cool intact and dont mind if people overtake you with high speeds..Just drive in your mood and at reasonable speeds of 40-50 km/hr (max 60)..I know it is hard initially but the racing attitude wears off in time..Be safe and drive slow..Your life is more precious than a machine of 2 wheels
    agreed to what you said bro
    Well i am new to riding,just bought the bike like 4 months ago,i have ride bikes very few times,but driving car's since i was 14 ,when it comes to bikes i dont like fast,i don't do no stunts etc too,chill mahool me chalata hu,i feel a bit scared on bikes,my friends.....they just dont slow down
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    Quote Originally Posted by hamza_xeg View Post
    agreed to what you said bro
    Well i am new to riding,just bought the bike like 4 months ago,i have ride bikes very few times,but driving car's since i was 14 ,when it comes to bikes i dont like fast,i don't do no stunts etc too,chill mahool me chalata hu,i feel a bit scared on bikes,my friends.....they just dont slow down
    that's good bro
    i remember when i started riding bike, i wasn't even able to touch both my feet on ground properly when sitting on bike ( i was 12 year old i think ), and still i used to go crazy on the throttle on YB100.
    But now i am very cool minded, and if i see road not safe for speeding, then i simply slow down and don't care if my friends on CD70 are going faster than me

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    Also forgot to add there are 3 brakes in any auto mobile .Front and rear the third being engine break..Always apply clutch when you bike is near complete halt,,in this way your bike will slow down considerably from afar just by the engine break..
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