You are not ready for a bigger bike, regardless of how many miles you've ridden your current one. From what you have written, it appears you have not learned a thing.
The first thing you really need to do is be honest with yourself.
Do you plan on still drinking, smoking weed and operating a motor vehicle?
Do you realize riding around in fear and lack of confidence, you're not only a danger to yourself but to everyone else around you?
Since money is no object, have you considered taking some kind of motorcycle safety course taught by a Pro instead of informal lessons from an "enthusiast"?
How about investing in some proper gear to protect yourself?
I don't want to come off like I'm bashing you, but this is real talk. You asked.
Originally Posted by Sulaiman Farooqi
....I was wondering if anyone has suggestions of what I should do for the whole summer:
Practice and read and apply all you can about Motorcycle Safety and Dynamics
, and then read practice and apply some more.
Motorcycling Skills Books
Safety Tips Library-Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF)
This is a very good article to read for anybody such as yourself to read.
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