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Hi guys,

Is it really possible to put the bike in N without the light coming on?
There have been 2 times that even tough N light wasn't on the bike would not move when I let the clutch out. It didn't feel as if I was on 2nd gear either.

I'm still rather new to changing gears on a motorcycle so I'm guessing it is me but I just wanted to make sure :)
 

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Hi guys,

Is it really possible to put the bike in N without the light coming on?
There have been 2 times that even tough N light wasn't on the bike would not move when I let the clutch out. It didn't feel as if I was on 2nd gear either.

I'm still rather new to changing gears on a motorcycle so I'm guessing it is me but I just wanted to make sure :)
You have said it yourself, you were not in gear but also not in neutral. You can be between gears if you are a bit tentative. The key is to make decisive gear shifts. Up or down doesn't matter.

Just takes a bit of getting used to.
 

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Hi,

almost every motorcycle i was riding had this problems. Some more, some less. I heard the scrambler is on the more side, nothing to concern. With powerful motorcycles riding fast or on track this problem sucks, but on smooth riding i think i would not mind. ;)
 
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