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As an "old" biker (having been riding for over 30 years) I must attribute my ability to anticipate what others (cagers) will do before even they know it. I have tried to both instill this belief and embed this skill into my son through experience. Though skills can't be "taught" they can be nurtured. And I have tried as best I can to pass along some of my knowledge to my offspring so that he too can enjoy a long-time love of the free road.
 

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As an "old" biker (having been riding for over 30 years) I must attribute my ability to anticipate what others (cagers) will do before even they know it. I have tried to both instill this belief and embed this skill into my son through experience. Though skills can't be "taught" they can be nurtured. And I have tried as best I can to pass along some of my knowledge to my offspring so that he too can enjoy a long-time love of the free road.
It is a critical concept. I am interested in knowing how you do it...not making fun.. sincerely interested in what you look for and in the things you see that help you stay ahead of the bike.
 
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