Which foot goes down first on a motorcycle?

1 Answer:
  • Alex Sim
    left foot
    Riding a motorcycle – putting your feet down

    To combat this bad habit, Steve says: “Considering we need to use both brakes when brining a bike to a safe, controlled stop, the left foot should always be placed on the floor first, as the rear brake is almost always on the right hand side of the machine.
    12 mar 2019
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