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Since my current schedule conflicts completely w/ the MSF classes, would the Twist of the Wrist DVD be a good substitute?

I still want to take the msf but will the video help in the mean time?
 

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One is definitely not a substitute for the other.
 

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I guess it couldn't hurt, but like Eyespy said don't use it as a substitute.

Hands on training is always the best
 

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I found twist of the wrist to be more about riding fast on a track, still good stuff about throttle controll and overcoming instincts but no replacement for the MSF.

The MSF will teach you how to ride safe on the road with traffic and other such hazards, a very different enviroment.
 

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ohh i was under the assumption that twist of the wrist was about road tips and stuff like that.. thanks guys
 

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^ +1 for street riding
 

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If you don't already own the motorcycle, I think the MSF is a great idea.

The MSF course didn't exist when I started riding, so you can learn to ride with out it, and ride well, perhaps with individualized training.

I don't think a book or DVD would be sufficient, because there is no instantaneous feedback.
 

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You dont need twist of the wrist, buy Servin It Up or Vertical Mishcheif. These will teach you the proper riding techniques.
 
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