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Sportbike A General Overview and look into Motorcycles
4 Major Manufacturers Kawasaki Yamaha Honda Suzuki
Inline 4 Cylinder Engine 4 valve per cylinder Dual Overhead Cam Cylinder
Basic Operation Identifying Controls Starting from a stop Upshifting Downshifting Turning Braking
Identifying Controls Left Hand: Clutch Left Foot: Gear Selector Right Hand: Throttle, Front Brake Right Foot: Rear Brake
Starting from a Stop Bike Started and in the Neutral Position Pull Clutch Lever Push Gear Selector Down Slowly Add Throttle Slowly Release Clutch
Up-Shifting Pull Clutch Lever Pull Gear Selector Up Release Clutch Lever
Down-Shifting Pull Clutch Lever Push Gear Selector Down Release Clutch Lever
Turning Shift weight in direction of turn. *GE is achieved Return your weight to center *GE = Geforce Equilibrium
Braking 80-85% of Braking down with Front Wheel Use Both Brakes Do not lock tires
Safety Everything Happens Faster Proper Riding Gear Always be aware Always look twice Always have a way out Learn to Anticipate others actions and reactions.
Chapter 5 Starting up. Many accidents occur because the driver was not ready to take control of ATV Know your start up procedure!
Preliminary Driving Steps
Riding a Motorcycle. 1.Shifting gears Up/Down 2.Bike Types 3.Losing the cops.
A Power point about the invention, Motorcycles. Motorcycles.
BASIC CONTROL TASKS. STARTING THE VEHICLE 1.CAR IN PARK 2.FUEL INJECTION SYSTEMS 3.IGNITION START AND RELEASE 4.IDLE 5.CHECK GAUGES AUTOMATIC TRANS.
Bob cat Skid steer loader
Chapter 8 STARTING, STEERING, STOPPING
Shift lever – used to select a gear Tachometer – indicates the engine revolutions per minute Odometer – indicates the total number of the miles.
Chapter 3. Name 3 safety devices Safety belts Head restraints Inside and outside mirrors Horn Hazard flasher Turn signal Windshield wipers Sun visor Seat.
Chapter 3 Basic Vehicle Control
Headquarters Air Mobility Command Enabling the “Global” in “Global Vigilance, Reach and Power!” Braking 101.
Basic Vehicle Control Where are things located. Instrument Panel Speedometer Odometer Tachometer Fuel Gage.
Chapter 3 – Driver Safety
Isabelle Du Plessis. One example of a lever in a bike is the hand brakes. The brake makes the bike stop moving. This makes it easier because you.
Important Features for Utility Tractors Herb Willcutt MSU Ag & Bio Engineering 11/15/06.
Basic Vehicle Control Chapter 3.
Vehicle Operation Basics
Starting, Moving, and Stopping the Vehicle
Driver’s Education Chapter 3 Basic Vehicle Control 11/2/12
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