- Put your helmet on. Looking straight ahead, have someone place two ¼-inch x ¼-inch pieces of tape on the face shield, one directly in front of each eye.
- Next take two ½-inch x ½-inch dots of any adhesive material (I like ½-inch sticky gold stars, myself) and place them 1 or 2 inches outside of the smaller center-gaze markers.
- Remove the center-gaze markers.
- Experiment with the placement of the ½-inch markers, moving them in and out. They should be far enough apart so they don't interfere with straight-ahead vision but still comfortably within your peripheral view.
- Once you locate the optimal location, stick a set of markers on the inside of the face shield in that same location so they don't blow off while riding.
- Now put your helmet on and walk around. Do not look directly at the dots. Let your eyes roam where they usually do. Just become accustomed to the placement of the markers and maintaining them in your peripheral awareness.
- Now go for a ride.