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SaltyBarsted

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  1. That's up to me,i'm quite capable of doing boring tasks over and over, i'd suggest i could do it for 1-2 hours solid without getting bored which is what i would be after, 1-2 days of 1-2 hours of just doing the same thing to begin to build the muscle reflex and find consistency. Once again, not on the road, within an enclosed training center. Thanks lads, if you hear of a farang killing themselves in a motorbike training center, pat yourselves on the back and tell yourselves you tried to save him but he wouldnt listen
  2. I AM NOT RIDING ON A ROAD, I AM AFTER A TRAINING CENTER WHO HAVE AN ENCLOSED TRAINING SPACE, I AM NOT RIDING FURTHER THAN 5-10M, THIS IS CLUTCH/THROTTLE FRICTION POINT PRACTICE. IF YOUD TAKEN THE TIME TO READ RATHER THAN JUMP TO CONCLUSIONS YOUD HAVE KNOWN THAT. I HOPE THE CAPS MAKE IT EASIER FOR YOU TO READ.
  3. Alright folks, it seems there is selective reading and presumption taking place. I've stated i intend to leave the rider training to the professionals at home. I've stated the intention was purely for practice in finding the friction point on the clutch and getting take offs out of the way as i believe this will be something that without prior experience will make a crash course at home more difficult than it need be, you cannot book private lessons here until you do the course, you cannot legally practice anywhere other than private property until youve done the course, doing it in m
  4. Nope i do not, which is why i am seeking a training centre with environment free of any road traffic to get some practice, it'd also help pass a day or two waiting for the fun to start as the sun goes down As mentioned in OP, this is not so i can ride a bike in Thailand, it's purely to attempt to give myself a bit of confidence on the clutch and friction point finding on a consistent basis in preparation of doing the course at home. The courses are hard to book when you dont really know what shifts or times you are working more than 2 weeks in advance, any failure also makes it harder
  5. I'll start off by saying i don't have a death wish and have absolutely no intention of riding a bike in Thailand, so let's save the "dont ride" etc. What i'm hoping to find is a school or preferably a private trainer that can be with me for a couple of hours in a private location away from traffic on a small motorbike, 125cc etc just so i can get used to the clutch/throttle relationship through repeated practice in taking off and stopping. I know this is very basic stuff, but my lack of opportunity to do this kinf of thing where i live had me think that perhaps somewhere in Pattaya wou
  6. I stayed there on my first trip, the thing that irked me were the tiny balconys. other than that it was all good, being able to enter via the Family Mart is a bonus, not that the desk bothered to chase me to card the girls anyway. Cando is another and the cheapest ive found. Office is also located in the building directly across from Honeys coffee house. Seems to be run by Norwegians but the Thai girls that work there who you deal with have good English. Stayed with them 3 times, had an issue of a leaking toilet once, they had it fixed the next day which was reasonable as
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