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Thread: Got Slipped From Honda 70cc.

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    Default Got Slipped From Honda 70cc.

    I got slipped from my new Honda 70cc,
    Any suggestion or tips on how to avoid it happen again?
    And which Bike slips less?


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    This is no indian movie thread, posting wounds fotos is no way civlised.

    - Goto a doctor get a anti-tetnus shot, cover the wounds, try not to act MACHO Hyna be human. Bikers need to use safety apparatus whatever available and keep EGO down while on 2 wheels, - Road rage in 2 wheelers is higher then a drunk in Bar.
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    these are just minor cuts..thank God
    well try to use wider tyres and avoid over-speeding and other macho stuff

    i assume the bike slipped on a wet road,right?
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    Ouch :/ !
    Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....

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    Any suggestion or tips on how to avoid it happen again?
    And which Bike slips less?
    Get two additional/supporting wheels to rear tire. It will become sleepsless sorry "slips less"
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    Try wearing full sleeve shirt, good quality helmet, boots (long boots hon to ala), and jeans is better than cotton trouser
    when driving in rain, slippy roads... careful while breaking as bike slips usually if break timing (front, rear) is incorrect
    my personal experience if you put bike in neutral (or press clutch) then engine breaks dont work and breaking experience is not that good... whenever you press breaks ( common practice and as per owners manual ) first press a little the rear break then front but do not press the clutch as it'll cause the bike in neutral mode....
    Good tyres (and wider tyres as much possible as per the rim size/engine) also provide better road grip

    finally when driving on open roads,,, sometimes high speed winds with wet roads at higher speed also cause slipping from bike

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    where did unknown go?. I hope he got injections. its raining here and lahories seem to have not idea about driving in rain....their corollas wont stop in rain, one almost rammed into my car ,, I saved him and rishsaw hit back on my car. lucky me no dent to starlet bumper
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    incorrect braking is the cause or the wet road or fast turn?

    2 wheels mean only 2 wheels dont think it could handle better as equivalent to 4 wheels

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    Quote Originally Posted by KamranAslam View Post
    Get two additional/supporting wheels to rear tire. It will become sleepsless sorry "slips less"

    100% agree hhhha
    or don't drive in wet roads

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    Well sad to know u got injured.. It's very slippery in Lhr due to mud and rain, the small 17 inch rim of 70 and it's thin tire is very unstable in such situations... Plus the clutch system of cd70 is pathetic, it transfers sudden power to the wheels with jerks... Perfect for causing slippage on muddy roads!!

    Take extra caution, drive in straight line... Don't bend ur bike, don't apply brakes when it's bent / tilted...

    Lower ur tyre air pressure to 30-35 psi specially for the rear tyre... Always preffer 6 ply rating tyres, if ur tyre is going bald then change it with good quality rubber.

    Dont pull clutch while braking, engine speed would prevent tyre from locking up and slipping.


    @capset
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    use the supporting wheel like on kids 2 wheels cycle ! gurrantee no slip again ! its a 70 drive it like a 70
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    Just keep in mind that you are riding a 70 cc out dated piece of crap without any safety and you are not a racing driver...... it will helps you alot to avoid these types of incidents.
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