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I have to do a presentation for my management class in which I'm supposed to be a manager and I have to train/teach 4 or 5 people who are my employees/students. I can do it on any topic I want. So I'm going to do it on motorcycles.

I just wanted to run my presentation program to you guys and hopefully you guys can give me some tips and offer some other things i can add.

I'm organizing it into 3 parts. The first part is where I introduce the people to the motorcycle and its parts, not all of its parts. Just stuff like the clutch, throttle, front/rear brake, turn signals, horn. Also in this part I'm going to talk about the necessary gear.

The second part I'm going to tell them how to start the motorcycle and run through the gears with them. I'm thinking I'll also emphasize safety in this part.

And in the third part, I'm going to give them the basics of riding, what to do, what not to do, countersteering, etc.

And then the conclusion. What do you guys think? Anything I should change around or anything else I can add? Anything I'm forgetting?
 

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My silly advise:
Use the aforementioned three parts as the body. For the intro, do some condensed version of the body, or a more broad deal on the act of motorcycling itself, then bring whatever it is you decide to do there back into the ending, while reiterating that of which you spoke in the body.
Good luck
 
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