Hi there, I was wondering if I can rely upon my idle speed to do the low speed manoeuvres in the MOST. I was practising the MOST items like the cone weave and I found it was easier to just give it no throttle and cruise around on idle. The torque is enough in first to move slowly on the flat with no throttle. That rather makes it easier, since the nice even speed is good for doing the turns and the static grip on the handlebars means there's less chance I'll accidentally roll on a tiny bit when turning and get an unwelcome spurt of speed. My bike is a new Honda CB400 ABS. It's fuel injected, so it's got no choke - so it seems to me like I can rely on this behaviour since the idle speed should be pretty stable. But is that true? Obviously it's an important skill to have to use a combination of clutch, rear brake and throttle. I'm still going to practice that. But on the day of the test, do you reckon it'll be an okay strategy to do it on idle? Cheers!