Same as conventional brake system,
an excessive sudden braking may
cause wheel lock up that makes it
harder to control a motorcycle.
During braking, ABS will not prevent
the rear wheel lifting.
ABS cannot protect the rider from
all possible hazards and is not a
substitute for safe riding practi-
ces. Be aware of how the ABS
system operates and its limita-
tions. It is the rider's responsibil-
ity to ride at appropriate speeds
and manner for weather, road
surface and traffic conditions.
The computers integrated in the ABS
compare vehicle speed with wheel
tires can affect wheel speed, they
HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE
may confuse the computers, which
can extend braking distance.
Use of non-recommended tires
may cause malfunctioning of
ABS and can lead to extended
braking distance. The rider could
have an accident as a result. Al-
ways use recommended stand-
ard tires for this motorcycle.
ABS indicator light may come on
under motorcycle riding condition.
(ex. The front or rear wheel races.)
In this case, first turn the ignition key
to "OFF", and then back to "ON".
ABS indicator light goes off by this
operation, but if ABS indicator light
remains lit after the motorcycle runs