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A fellow gaijin, or nihon-jin with an amazing grasp of eigo?mihama01 said:Poor guy, he posts a video and everyone critiques his riding but....
Those yellow lines in the middle of the road mean you are not supposed to overtake ;D
Seriously, be careful, I was out in Hakone on Sunday and it was absolute carnage, a sportscar had spun and spewed its liquids all over the road, there was an R1 in the bushes surrounded by a group of very sad looking riders, I nearly hit several bikes and cars head on (they were on my side of the road coming out of blind bends) and one of our group who newly passed his license and uttered the magic phrase "Its not too difficult, I think I can keep up" fired his motorcycle off the road, completely destroying it in the process.
And then... my friend drove his shiny new S4Rs over a "giant" dog poo and coated his rear wheel and muffler with it. [clap] I kept telling him he should buy a rear hugger, now he will.
Assuming you will be travelling train... They seem to like putting Ducati dealerships far away from train stations. A couple of places fairly central areI'm going to be in Tokyo during the week of the 30th October and anted to drop into one of the Ducati stores....
wakaba:If you are interested, we are going to be running an early morning run up the turnpike -> Ashinoko Skyline -> Gotemba -> 246, and back home. you interested?