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Sweet riding DKF. :D
 

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I'm OK with avoiding traffic cones as long as the word agility is neither expressed nor implied. I'm happy just to observe.
 

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WOW!!! What an awesome bike. I LOVE the ST1300. Great Riding.....
 

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Nicely done DKF. My ST always impressed me with it's remarkable handling prowess. I think part of it is the forgiving nature of that V4 engine, always the right amount of power on tap, didn't seem to matter what gear it's in. I'm afraid I'd have to memorize that layout for a month before even attempting it, and even then I'd need voice command directions to get through it:rolleyes:
 

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i am so inspired that i'm going to get a cone to practice riding aroung
 

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I did notice that a few of the cones were knocked over. So who ever was inthe course in front of you didn't pick up after themselves. How do you figure out the way to go anyway? Them arrows are pretty small;)
 

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I did notice that a few of the cones were knocked over. So who ever was inthe course in front of you didn't pick up after themselves. How do you figure out the way to go anyway? Them arrows are pretty small;)
Arrows? What arrows? :D At first I walked the course and made mental notes.
Police patterns are designed for real life traffic/obstacle scenarios. It comes down to visual planning and proper judgement of control input at very precise moments. Any second thoughts or delay of input will bring you down to the ground quickly :eek:
 

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Maybe I was seeing things, but I was sure there were some skinny little chalkline arrows on the pavement? not many, and some were pointing the other way:confused:;) Fair play for figuring out where you're going though. I used to visualize downhill ski courses when I used to fun race but I already knew the track so.
 
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