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Just join this forum and happy to be a part of this forum. I'm Alax Jordan from SC a newbie here. I just picked up my new Honda Vultus and planned to go a long ride, but I don't have an exact idea about the safety. So think peoples are here help me a lot.
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Welcome to the Forum, Alax.
Some tips:
1. Get used to your NM4 before going on your long ride. The learning curve is shallow because of the DCT and low center of gravity. Its behavior, your foot and seating position, and your reactions may be quite different from what you're used to. Make sure you are very comfortable with the handling.
2. Ride within your limits. Ride the way you do, not how some others do.
3. Take a stretcher and hydration break at least every 2 hours.
4. Enjoy the heck out of your new bike!
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Welcome to the Forum, Alax.
Some tips:
1. Get used to your NM4 before going on your long ride. The learning curve is shallow because of the DCT and low center of gravity. Its behavior, your foot and seating position, and your reactions may be quite different from what you're used to. Make sure you are very comfortable with the handling.
2. Ride within your limits. Ride the way you do, not how some others do.
3. Take a stretcher and hydration break at least every 2 hours.
4. Enjoy the heck out of your new bike!
Hey Cali, thanks for your great suggestion. Hope it helps me and gives me save drive.
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There needs any safety for our ear at the time of riding. The sound of the motorcycle and the big hit of the air is harmful to our ear?
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There needs any safety for our ear at the time of riding. The sound of the motorcycle and the big hit of the air is harmful to our ear?
Ear plugs.
I've been using


for years.
But there so many newer choices on Amazon these days.
Check them out.
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Hey Cali, glad to know that you are using earplugs from years. In Amazon, there is so many alternative best choice for me, and I must choose one of them. Hope it gives my ear a perfect safety. I prefer one for me.
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