Something significant happened today!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
No la...it's not another disaster (CHOI!!!)...
I want to thank all the road users I've encountered, idiotic or not, who helped improve my riding skills, and for keeping me accident-free (I will always be safe~~~ ) ^.^
Without you guys, I would still be riding my bike the driving-centre way (be it good or bad...lol).
1 year of silly dropping the bike in the carpark...peng san due to clumsiness, and what-not...one really needs practice to make your riding skills improve, even after you've passed the Traffic Police test. I'm confident on the roads now, can pillion someone else comfortably, and have no trouble estimating my safe distances while going in-between lanes (GOD I remember the very first time I did that!!!! SWEAT LIKE HELL!!!!). I no longer have a fear of U-turns, and can even turn up multi-storey carparks the 'short-cut motorbike way' (I am not encouraging this practice though, for there will be some idiotic drivers to turn up the ramps pretty quickly without checking, and it is up to yourself to gauge your own safety).
Time for my Class 2A? Hmmm....not exactly...not yet...maybe not at all... I've a pretty cool (and practical) sportsbike, one of the best in its class, and honestly, it is really sufficient for me. Until I decide to, this R15 is here to stay. Come to think of it, I think I mentioned something about sharing bike lesson tips with you guys like....1 year ago? Lol!!!! I should get to it soon. Plus, I have slightly a little bit more experience now, as a lady rider.
I Just Upped the Cool Factor By a Notch,
That Silver Girl