1.Stand on the pedals on both sides of the motorcycle body;
2.Bend your knees at the same time until you sit on the seat;
3.So that your weight is still on the pedals on both sides, the upper body leans forward, both hands naturally Place it on the handlebars on both sides of the motorcycle. At this point, the movements on the train are all completed.
Don't think it's very simple, pay attention to two points, that is, the buttocks "touch" onto the seat, and then put your hands on the handlebars. Otherwise, when the hips are not sitting on the seat and the arm is not burdened, drive, even if only for an hour, you will be exhausted. In addition to sitting on the seat of the hip, you must also adjust the position of the arm, absolutely not allowed to grasp the motorcycle too tightly to prevent weight from falling on the wrist. Only by adopting this basic riding posture can the weight be properly placed on the three parts of the seat - the handle - the pedal. Only in this way can we adjust the degree of exertion of each part according to the situation. The term "load control" is quite correct. It is necessary to master the load distribution in the left and right direction. It is possible to eliminate the unnecessary force on the motorcycle while the body is getting instant activities by moving back and forth and left and right. In this way, the strength of the two legs can be slowly reduced, so that the weight naturally falls on the seat, thereby developing the correct riding posture. Even if the hips are sitting on the seat, the arms and wrists should be in a "free" state. In this way, you can be sensitive to the movement of the handlebars. When the motorcycle goes straight, the handlebar will naturally swing to the left and right to maintain normal operation. If the handlebars are held by both hands, the inherent functions of the handlebars and steering mechanism are affected, and the motorcycle is shaken. It even led to a rollover accident.