Guys... Am I the last person on Earth to arrive at this discovery? I'm talking about operating your blinkers on the handlebar. When I started riding, to turn on the blinker I would shift the switch right or left to active the light. Then to cancel it, I would then shift the switch in the opposite direction... thinking that's logical.. though I discovered I have to do that only part-way. Because if I flick the switch all the way, it activates the signal in the opposite direction. This proved to require some finesse.. and I would often feel silly activating the blinker right and left and right and left just trying to cancel the **** blinking. On my last ride, I have finally discovered that all I need to do is flipping PRESS the **** switch to deactivate it, and it works 100% of the time like a charm. Am I an idiot? Ok thanks, bye.