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It operates with a twist throttle, so Wilder is learning real motorcycle control skills, as well as balance, as he rips around trails on this thing at nine miles per hour, the top speed.
Because you don’t need to shift, accelerating is an easy, linear experience—twist that throttle and zoom forward.
Although sometimes when it’s difficult, the tendency for me is not to want to walk away from it, I just want to go full throttle forward and just plunge into it.
Ergonomic controls are mounted right on the tube for ease-of-use, and a cruise-control feature allows you to maintain constant air-power for extended periods without riding the throttle.
The motor assists when the rider is pedaling or when the rider uses a throttle to accelerate without pedaling.
Bending lower over the handlebars, he opened the throttle with a twist of his left hand.
MOTOR MATT'S "CENTURY" RUNSTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
A further control of the high speed jet is provided by the fuel metering valve operated by the carbureter throttle.
Advance spark lever about half way and throttle lever about one-quarter way and depress starter pedal.
If the engine idles too fast with throttle closed, the latter may be adjusted by means of the throttle lever adjusting screw.
Karl cried, trying blindly to reach him, to grasp his throat to throttle him.
THE DEVILJOSEPH O'BRIEN

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