Step by step this is my 7th week with the bike, get to ride it over the weekend as morning and evenings are too scary and cold for a noob! So I left my usual pattern around the block and extended to the next block and following one. Definitely more space to roam and go on a straight line without yields and hills, loved it!! But the best part...roundabouts, I went around and around and around there's a big one and a small one I finally got in 5th gear between the two roundabouts, so smooth!! I think I was going 30ish on the roundabout second gear felt right! But yes! I managed to giveaway and indicate many times (only once I didn't) Going at 50 feels like going at 100 I can only imagine when I'll go at 100 how it will feel like! I've started the day crappy going into neutral and then bloody SUVs jeebus they're so big you can barely see the driver who is usually a woman and they stay waaaay too close!!! Tangent: btw What's up with those things they're big, they've never seen a bit of muck and waste way too much resources for the use made ie picking up kids from school, then drive like jackasses behind smaller cars and L riders, are these frustrated mothers with no interests and lots of money?? Anyway back to roundabouts I'm in a rantabout mode to share this! I've gone so far since my wobbly days!! Loove it, I still don't know what I'm doing in terms of being in control, the bike still doesn't feel like an extension of my body but it's more familiar less big and I'm getting that adrenaline rush from the whole experience!! Loove it!! Anyway me and mozzie bike have a long way ahead lots to learn but super happy about improvements and new ways!! What's your noob experience?? How did you guys/gals start? What was the funniest thing you remember doing or the hardest thing you remember trying to learn? How do you deal with SUVs??