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What does MCWG mean?
Motor Cycle With Gear (mcwg full form) is a licence category in India. MCWG licence is used to drive all motorcycles of engine capacities covering from 50 cc to unlimited cc such as mopeds, scooters, bikes with gear in any part of India.
Shifting Gears on a Manual Transmission
- 1Become familiar the clutch, throttle, and gear shifter. The clutch is located in front of the left handgrip. It is responsible for transferring torque from the engine to the transmission. The throttle located on the right hand grip. Rolling on the throttle increases the engine RPM to prevent the engine from stalling. The gear shift is a bar located in front of the left foot pedal. It is responsible for switching between gears. Practice the following:
- Squeeze the clutch lever in, then slowly ease it out.
- Roll the throttle towards the back of the motorcycle (“roll on”) to go faster.
- Roll the throttle towards the front of the motorcycle (“roll off”) to go slower.
- Press down on the gear shift to put the motorcycle into first gear. This only works if you are in neutral or second gear, otherwise, pressing down the gear shift will only take you to a lower gear.
- Move the gear shift upwards to reach the remaining gears. The predominant gear pattern for manual motorcycles is one down, and four or five up. Neutral is found between first and second
- 4Upshift into higher gears. When you have achieved sufficient speed to justify shifting to a higher gear, roll off, (close) the throttle as you squeeze in the clutch. Place the toes of your left foot under the shift peg, lift the peg up as far as it will go. You can continue moving into higher gears by bumping the gear shift upwards more. One bump goes to second, another to third, another to fourth, and so on. NOTE: an experienced rider does not need to operate the clutch to shift up. He simply lifts the shifter lightly with his foot, and then, when he down-blips the throttle, the next higher gear will engage. Doing this smoothly takes a bit of practice, yet saves shifting time, and also slightly increases the lifetime of the clutch plates.
- If you are in first gear and you lift half way, you will find neutral.
- If you release the clutch and roll on the throttle and nothing happens, you’re in neutral, squeeze the clutch and lift again.
- If you skip a gear by accident, don’t worry. It won’t damage the bike as long as you make sure to match the throttle to the gear you have shifted to.
- 5Downshift to a lower gear. Roll off (“close”) the throttle as you squeeze in the clutch. Press down on the gear shift peg, then release it. Smoothly adjust the clutch and throttle together to match the speed that you are currently traveling. If you are coming to a stop, keep the throttle closed, hold in the clutch and continue to press and release the shifter until you are in first gear.
Method2Shifting Gears in a Semi-Automatic Shifting Gears on a Manual Transmission
1Learn the required controls. All that you need to do to shift gears on a motorcycle with a semi-automatic transmission is throttle the engine and use the gear shift. On a semi-automatic, the clutch is tied in to the gear shift, so using the gear shift activates both controls at once.
2.To start the motorcycle, squeeze the clutch and then press the starter button.You should ensure that your neutral position is maintained. The meter console will indicate neutral by a green light. All new bikes have this feature. You should now be seated on the bike’s saddle.
4 .Shift to higher gears. (mcwg full form) This is done by using the same method as when you shift into first gear. Turn the engine on and move the gearshift upwards using your toe. It will go to second gear by pushing it one click, while giving it another will bring it to third, and so forth..
5. You can downshift to lower gears.(mcwg full form) You can slow down your bike and bring it to a halt by downshifting into lower gears. This is done by pressing down on the gearshift. When you stop, always put your bike in neutral.