what's up bitches
So anyway, I signed up for the MSF course and took the classroom part on Thursday. And today was the riding part.. I had to wake up at 5am so i can get down to Mission Viejo. Man i tell you, this course is worth every penny. I hear that constantly, and it's the truth. It's amazing how 5 hours of nonstop riding and coaching can actually make you feel and ride the bike comfortably. It was raining today too... like drizzling (but a lot)... and everyone ended up getting pretty wet with water on their face and eye protection. But i guess it was for the best cause .. now i have ridden and learned in a more dangerous situation. Man, it was real fun though. Got used to the bike pretty quickly ... and taking those corners while leaning is the best feeling in the world! For those of you that are not taking the MSF course, i will be one of the many people to support the fact that the MSF course will save your ass. During the course, i was wondering how people learn to ride on their own with bad habits and not get killed. It seems almost impossible to ride a bike without some type of course or training. The only thing that I had some tiny trouble with was.. the staloms. When the cones were evenly spaced out, i did fine.. but when they were zigzagging and spread out unevenly, it was pretty hard cause it's hard to control the bike at such low speeds. But overall i had a great time. I just hope to get my bike reallll soon cause now, i know riding is for me! thanks for the advice from everyone on my previous threads.