I got my CBT and got a new bike few days ago I never drove anything on road before so I am not a road user. Whenever I ride my bike I am making mistakes on a road. I don't know should I quite or should I stick with it and keep riding my bike ?

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Soul Fly Profile
Soul Fly answered

Keep riding. It will feel more natural with time. Also try practicing in a parking lot to get down your maneuverability at low speeds.

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Akrum Davidson
Akrum Davidson commented
Thanks I just got a bike 4 days ago. And I do practice in a empty parking lot. It just on a road I make stupid mistakes.
Danae Hitch
Danae Hitch commented
You will continue to make mistakes until you get the hang of it, which takes practice. Keep practicing and don't give up! You'll get it!
Akrum Davidson
Akrum Davidson commented
Thanks
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Natalie Holeman answered

Contact a Harley-Davidson dealership.  They have a relatively inexpensive (less than $400) motorcycle training course.  It will provide classroom instruction on laws and best practices as well as 8 to 16 hours of practical instruction.  Well it is inexpensive compared to what you will still owe on a new bike when you sell it to someone else.

Not knowing where you are from, you may well fight government sponsored training also.  Where I live (Illinois) it is $20 and you actually get the $20 back if you pass the course.

I understand some states have more advanced training for intermediate riders and veteran riders.  I actually think the instruction is good to re-take each time you buy a new bike to learn new laws and to help break bad habits we all get into.

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