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Hi YouMotorcycle. I started reading your site last year when I started riding motorcycles and love it. Will it be easy for me to use my motorcycle riding experience and knowledge of motorcycle transmission to learn to shift gears in cars? Difficulty Level: Low-Medium. This is where it gets tricky. Take everything you did with your hands, and everything you did with your feet, and switch them. For some people, this will come fairly naturally, but others will take some time to wrap their he around it. Practice, practice, practice.
This is one area that may be a bit of a struggle for some, while others are quick to get it. Difficulty Level: Medium — Hard. Tagged with: Cars. Speaking here with two hats on. The main thing is that you already KNOW how to use gears and a clutch, you just have to learn different actions for doing the same thing in a car as you already do on a bike. Yes, add me to your mailing list.
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