Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: coogee beach australia
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its all down to control of smooth transmission of
engine power to the rear wheel,, via clutch control..
there must be sufficient power to start with,
ie, sufficient revs to create sufficient power..
if your revs are too low, then it needs slow
release of clutch, esp above first gear..
for practical purposes, its all down to your clutch
and how much you feed in to the process..
you will not damage your clutch by normal
shifting or control of momentum..
there will also be a zone where throttle is not increasing
but not switching power off, from which you can
accelerate easily without jerkiness etc..
practice, repetition, finding this sweet spot
with throttle will make riding easier and better..
yet regardless of that, riders will still use clutch control
in virtually all sorts of general riding..
if in doubt, simply draw clutch in with fingers
and release smoothly as you increase throttle..
anything you notice on the road that seems 'wrong'
take as feedback from your motorcycle saying
'go practice this'.. practice does make perfect..
anything you specifically practice will switch on brain
to something 'important' resulting in that then becoming
a form of continuing practice out on the roads..
this cant be underestimated for skills development..