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Jantzen

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About Jantzen

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    Squid
  • Birthday 03/16/1995

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    Shelton, WA

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  • Have you attended a California Superbike School school?
    Signed up for Aug 25, 2020
  1. In re-reading Hotfoot's last reply, I think that she fully answered the initial question while addressing the other comments so I think I'm squared away. Thank you for following up.
  2. If I'm not mistaken, Keith is saying that the peg should be weighted so that we have a stable platform to push against during the steering phase. He is not saying that we should be weighting the outside peg throughout the turn. On page 51 of Twist II, Keith says "Allow your body to relax immediately after the steering action is completed. In fact, ideally, you would be loose right when the tires 'bite,' at the moment you are at full lean angle." emphasis his Then, on page 52, he talks about laying on the tank under the 'Sit Still' section. In this story, he is relaxing so much that h
  3. Hello All, I am new to the forum, but not entirely new to CSS. I bought my first street bike in 2017 (GSXS 750Z), and quickly decided that I only wanted to ride where I could safely experience speed and turns without worrying about traffic, tickets, or insurance rates. I switched to track-only riding and was lucky enough to cornerwork for CSS at The Ridge in 2018. After that, I jumped at the opportunity to cornerwork in 2019 and again this year, 2020. I have read Keith's books 'Soft Science,' 'TOTW,' and am finishing up my second read of 'TOTW II.' This material has helped me with my ridi
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