HOW TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE 113
in good condition according to the
“Battery Maintenance” section.
anti-lock Brake System
KIBS regulates smoother braking
performance during sports riding.
KIBS automatically regulates brake
force using engine data in addition to
front and rear wheel speed to help pre-
vent wheel lock-up and allows more
stable steering control while slowing
KIBS cannot protect the rider
from all possible hazards and
is not a substitute for safe rid-
ing practices. Be aware of how
the KIBS system operates and
its limitations. It is the rider’s
responsibility to ride at appro-
priate speeds and manner for
weather, road surface and traffic
Stopping the Engine
Close the throttle completely.
Shift the transmission into neutral.
Turn the ignition key to “OFF.”
Support the motorcycle on a firm,
level s urface w ith the side stand.
Lock the steering.