You’re right. It’s so great. Watching how quickly those revs go up, and how smooth. It felt effortless compared to bullying a small engine into doing some work. I think if I was only planning commuting and not touring then a 125 would be easy to nip around on.
Tried the online theory practices and got 48/50. More concerned about the notoriously bad hazard perception software.
You really start learning once you pass your test. Had a friend who passed and had a SV1000 waiting. Went out for the first ride and found out very quickly that he'd not yet learnt to ride round a roundabout at speed. He bottled it and nearly crashed into the pavement. :0
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