hook up with me one of these days , ill get you into parking lot stand still's, pure balance
Yep as far as I know they're all the same. If you're going down there and want to see exactly what you're supposed to do the motorcycle rules of the road book is available for download at http://www.cyberdriveillinois.com/publications/pdf_publications/dsdx140.pdf . The pictures and instructions for the driving test are all the way at the end. They do allow you to screw up a certain number of times. Tripod, yes I did deserve to fail, I didn't do what I had to do to pass the test, in fact I stated that I didn't deserve to pass earlier in this thread. I got cocky and figured "ha, swerve around some cones, I can do that" and it was harder than I thought.12RPilot said:Are these test courses standard across the state? I have been told that one guy got off his bike, turned the bars all the way and pushed the bike. It still couldn't make the u-turn. Just too sharp !!! I'm going down to my DMV this week and see if my ZX-12 will make the turn. If it's impossible, that's B.S.
I'll take you up on that if you will....low speed straight ballence I'm fine, It's U-turns I have trouble with......I usually just hold the rev's up a bit to pick up the centrifical force, and let the clutch slip a bit when doing U-turnsOdysseys said:hook up with me one of these days , ill get you into parking lot stand still's, pure balance
You need a 150cc, or larger bike to take the "M" class test..SFD18 said:hey fizzer.......the key to passing is use a small bike....the DMV don't care what you use as long as its over 50cc!!!!!!!!
I guess I was typing too fast and skipped right over the 1!!!!!!!! but that's what I ment thanx for correcting it.........hope noone tryied to show up on a riva 50!!!!!!!!Y2KR1 said:
You need a 150cc, or larger bike to take the "M" class test..
Class L is any motor driven cycle with less than 150 cc displacement
Class M is any motorcycle with 150 cc or greater displacement