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tenaciousjay

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  • Have you attended a California Superbike School school?
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  1. Wait, so just to make sure I'm understanding this correctly, it's normal for the tires to slide a bit? I only ask because I had a track session last year where my back tire start to "walk" on me so I immediately straightened the bike up (luckily I was mostly thru the turn and didn't have to run off the track). I don't use my rear brakes on the track and try to use gradual steering (aside from the quick turn-in) and maintain good acceleration/deceleration control with small inputs but got wigged out a bit from the tire moving on me like that. But according to your article it sounds like maybe I wasn't as close to wiping out as I thought and that eventually that may be a point that must become comfortable if I were to get involved with racing?
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