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eugenef15

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  • Have you attended a California Superbike School school?
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  1. If the front tire was wider it would be heavier and take more effort to get the bike leaned over as well as not being able to do it as quick decreasing the amount of speed you can carry into a corner. This would also make the rider use a lot of energy.
  2. i understand that concept and i usually can on the longer sweeping turns but its the shorter corners that is more difficult to do it on for me.
  3. After doing my first non CSS track day on my own bike (sv650) where they do not allow inside passing I found myself better at corners than most but that my bike is slower than most on straights and corner exit. How should I go about getting by people in these situations?
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