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Considerations For High-speed Operation; General; Steering; Luggage - Triumph America Handbook

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How to Ride the Motorcycle
Considerations For
High-Speed Operation
Warning
This
Triumph
motorcycle
operated within the legal speed limits for
the particular road travelled. Operating a
motorcycle
at
high
potentially dangerous since the time
available to react to given traffic situations
is greatly reduced as road speed increases.
Always reduce speed in consideration of
weather and traffic conditions.
Warning
Only operate this Triumph motorcycle at
high speed in closed-course on-road
competition or on closed-course racetracks.
High-speed operation should only then be
attempted by riders who have been
instructed in the techniques necessary for
high-speed riding and are familiar with the
motorcycle's
characteristics
conditions.
High-speed
operation
circumstances is dangerous and will lead to
loss of motorcycle control and an accident.
44
should
be
speeds
can
be
in
all
in
any
other
Warning
The
handling
motorcycle at high speed may vary from
those you are familiar with at legal road
speeds.
Do
not
operation
unless
sufficient training and have the required
skills as a serious accident may result from
incorrect operation.
Warning
The items listed are extremely important
and must never be neglected. A problem
which may not be noticed at normal
operating
speeds
exaggerated at high speeds.

General

Ensure the motorcycle has been maintained
according to the scheduled maintenance
chart.

Steering

Check that the handlebar turns smoothly
without excessive free play or tight spots.
Ensure that the control cables do not restrict
the steering in any way.

Luggage

Make certain that any luggage containers are
closed, locked and securely fitted to the
motorcycle.
characteristics
of
attempt
high-speed
you
have
received
may
be
greatly
a

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