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Braking On Different Surfaces

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Text appear: “Braking on different surfaces.” – “And in different weather conditions.” 

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Gravel and white road marking on the road 

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Narrator – “Ever tensed up when you suddenly see gravel on the road?” 

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Biker riding its bike on the road from various point of views 

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Narrator – “Knowing how to handle different road surfaces and conditions will help you stay on your bike and in control. The first step is scanning for anything that will come in between your tyres and the road that could cause you to lose traction.” 

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Biker approaching a patch of gravel on the side of the road and passes by it 

Text appear top left: “Gravel” 

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Narrator – “When you come across any poor or slippery surface like gravel, road snakes diesel or paint line, the key to staying on your bike and in control is:” 

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Biker riding through debris on the road 

Multiple text at the bottom appear in the following order – “Remain Calm” - “Squeeze the tank” – “Keeping bike upright” – “Eyes up” 

Ride Forever logo appear bottom right and remains throughout the video every time there is a step text 

Text appear top left: “Debris” 

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Narrator – “Remain Calm. Squeeze the tank with your knees. Keep the bike as upright as possible. Eyes up, looking where you want to go.” 

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Biker riding its bike 

Text appear at the bottom: “Avoid the poor surface” 

Text appear top left: “Paint line” 

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Narrator – “Avoid the poor surface if you can.” 

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Biker riding past a yellow marking on the road and then onto a clear road 

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Narrator – “Be extra cautious when riding in wet or windy conditions.” 

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Biker riding its bike on the road from various point of views 

Text appear top left: “Diesel” 

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Narrator – “When riding over any slippery surface, going smooth and steady will get your through it. Trust your tyres and your bike, and train your brain to stay calm.” 

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Biker riding its bike 

Text appear top left: “Diesel” 

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Narrator – “If you get to feel anxious, channel it to your knees to squeeze them in so your upper body is relaxed. Don’t blame the road or your bike.” 

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Biker riding its bike on the road from a second persons view 

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Narrator – “Take control and responsibility for your skill as a rider.”  

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ACC and Ride Forever logos appear side to side