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    Salam everyone , men ney abhi new unique ud 70 li hai aur mujhe lagta hai men ney 70 cc bike lai kar bari ghalti ki hai kyo key is ki road grip bilkul bhi nhe hai achanak break maroo to bike slip hoti hai , kahen rait men sey bike guzaro tab bhe slip karti hai, aap mujhe bata saktey han key road grip increase karney key lye kya step karo kyo key filhal to mere pas itna budget nhe hai key dosri bike buy karoo.

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    which tyres are the bike have ?

    how you brake ?

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    skiding normal hy 70cc bikes my. ap tire change kar k dekho shaed koe fark par jae
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    Front tyre : panther 2.25-17
    Rear tyre : panther 2.50-17
    Yar men ney apney friend ki 125 chalayi thi mager us men asa koye problem nhe tha slip honey ka , rat men 40 ki speed men ja rha tha men ney dehan nhe dya speed breaker aagya men ney foran break mari bike giri to nhe per rear tyre slip hwa tha kafi zyada.


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    Braking principal

    Turn the bike slightly by leaning to the left or right as needed. For sharper turns, lean in the proper direction and push forward on the handlebar that is on the opposite side of the direction you want to turn. Brake into turns and accelerate out of them. Use your right handbrake for braking on the move and only use your rear, foot pedal brake when moving slowly as it can make the bike swerve or get out of your control.



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    Quote Originally Posted by himmi_Pak View Post
    Braking principal

    Turn the bike slightly by leaning to the left or right as needed. For sharper turns, lean in the proper direction and push forward on the handlebar that is on the opposite side of the direction you want to turn. Brake into turns and accelerate out of them. Use your right handbrake for braking on the move and only use your rear, foot pedal brake when moving slowly as it can make the bike swerve or get out of your control.


    Ager achanak speed breaker aajaye tab bhe front break lagao kya.

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    panther is very good tyre. how many km past of new bike?

    check for wheel alignment ??

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    simple & best solution

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    Different surface conditions require different braking techniques, and you’ll want to use your front brakes gingerly when traction is iffy. Locking up the fronts can easily cause you to lose control of your bike, while locking up the rear is much more likely to be inconsequential. The possibility of sliding either end of your bike will be greatly dependent on the traction conditions beneath your tires.
    Enter areas where oil spills are likely with caution; these high-risk areas include intersections and parking lots. Drag your rear brake where you suspect slick surfaces, and you’ll have a backup plan in case you start to feel the front tires slide. It takes quick reflexes, so stay on your guard and remember that it’s much easier to recover from a rear wheel lockup than it is a front slide.
    Those rules get taken to another level when it comes to riding offroad, as dirt bike riding almost never involves the front brakes. If you plan on hitting trails, make it a habit to keep your hand off the front brake lever, or else you might have to get used to tasting dirt more often than you need to.

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    take time to read it

    Very well explained :

    Tips for braking on a motorcycle

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    Use bike on better road only
    ,,, unless you know the track, you're not good enough to sit behind the wheel." K T

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    Quote Originally Posted by himmi_Pak View Post
    panther is very good tyre. how many km past of new bike?

    check for wheel alignment ??
    Only 92 km

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    I have adjusted front brake such that it does not lock. And mostly I use both front and rear brake simultaneously.
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