How many with 10 or more years of street riding experience have taken a MSF riding course.
That was my third bike, from a Honda S90 to a Yamaha 125 to a Mach III. Incredibly fast, handled like crap and I probably should have killed myself many times over.(first bike: kawasaki mach III - wonder how i survived that??)
They have told me not to use two fingers, but never said anything like that, sorry...I've been using two fingers long enough that it's ingrained in my brain, if I need more pressure I bring the rest of my fingers up to the lever, you are supposed to apply the front brake progressively anyway, and the way I do it does exactly that.The ERC instructors (both Drill Team and MSF) contention is that if I ever have a bad accident and crash, I will lose my fingers (the ones wrapped around the grip) because they are all not covering the brake or clutch and the levers will sever them off.
This is about the biggest crock of sh!t I have ever heard!