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Confidence is a very big thing. I took a course with V-twin in Kelowna and you learn a lot about stopping and how to overcome the weight. I'm not saying you need to take a course but when I took the course there was riders there that have been riding for years not even knowing what they've been doing until it was explained and also learning new things.

If you ride the rear brake up to lights it will make the bike very stable and you should only have to put down one leg so make it your left so you can keep on the rear brake. If you stall the bike in a straight line then pull in the clutch and ride the rear brake to keep it steady. If you stall the bike in a slow speed turn then don't be a hero and you'll probably have to let it down gently. The point is shit happens even to the best of us.
 
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