In this session of the Motorcycle Mentor Podcast, I share 5 things I’ve learned about beginner riders since I started MotorcycleMentor.com. I bet you can’t guess what they are.
I’ve heard from hundreds of beginning riders over the past few years. Do beginner riders experience similar feelings, struggles, and emotions during their first year? Find out in this podcast.
In addition, I’ll tell you how to handle Harley riders, how to find the best riders to ask questions, and why the Kawasaki Ninja 250R isn’t the best beginner motorcycle for most new riders. I bet you haven’t heard that before.
More specifically, in this session you’ll find out about:
- Do beginner riders face similar struggles, feelings, and doubts during their first year?
- Is the Kawasaki Ninja 250R the best beginner motorcycle?
- Can you reduce your risks on a motorcycle to the same as riding in a car?
- How to handle ranting Harley riders.
- Helping a broken down motorcyclist while traveling with my family in our minivan.
Resources and links mentioned in this session:
- Best beginner motorcycle — from a motorcycle instructor’s perspective (tips from Pete)
- How to overcome fear when learning to ride a motorcycle (more about riding with fear)
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