Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: coogee beach australia
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same assumption,, being self taught other than
watching father as a lad [gone by license age]
it just seemed obvious,, like holding a tool
or weapon rather when on the job or in
a war zone, rather than in the tool box
or the weapons locker..
a mate back then had no right hand
yet rode [bultaco metrala] with a metal
pincer 'hand' and harness..
ie, anythings possible
given the intention..
handlebar furniture is very important
and should be adjusted carefully
for the individual rider..
obviously throttle and clutch
being critical to ergonomics..