Cobie Fair Posted February 2, 2009 Report Share Posted February 2, 2009 Lately been working on the body positioning, on my own riding. We fix guys positions on the bike all the time, with the steering drill, lean bike, and all of Level 3. The best set up for me personally would be Stomp Grip and rearsets, can really lock in with them, and if I were racing, that would be the way I would go. Not possible on all our schools bikes, but we do have Tech Spec, helps for sure. What I tried this last weekend at Vegas was a little more tension through my lower body, hips and legs (just a little)which supported me better on the bike, and overall took less work (my legs weren't worn out after 2 days on the track, first time in 2 months). This may not fully describe it, I'm still playing with it, not 100% sure what I did yet. The problem for me had been very short legs, long torso, hard to hang off and hold onto the bike with the legs only. 31 years later, still learning this stuff, what a hoot. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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