you have to turn the key off and then on before it will start again.
All of what you've stated is very good advice, and bears repeating. However, on the Wing I wonder how much trouble the Linked Brake System (LBS) on the Wing is going to add to this? The front brake is always applied, at least partially.O-Town-Tom said:The one thing he kept repeating was that if you use your front brake while traveling at slow speeds and making a turn, it will pull you to the ground like a magnet.
I agree competely! The trick to slow riding is having the correct blend of throttle and rear brake with maybe a little clutch friction zone thrown in to control your speed.Craig Moore said:The linked brakes on the GL1800 will not hinder the rear brake, throttle and clutch friction zone method of slow speed turns.