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OK guy I have attended level1 but a question appeared later:

 

In the track that I attended the school the track was 4-5 meters wide so we where told to enter the turn very late and that was scary but OK, now I am trying to apply the same technique on another track but it is 12-14 meters wide, when I apply this technique I get easily passed by other riders. Any tips?

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OK guy I have attended level1 but a question appeared later:

 

In the track that I attended the school the track was 4-5 meters wide so we where told to enter the turn very late and that was scary but OK, now I am trying to apply the same technique on another track but it is 12-14 meters wide, when I apply this technique I get easily passed by other riders. Any tips?

 

Your riding needs to adjust to the wider track. Maybe in the corners you are losing position you don't need to go in so deep.

 

Kevin

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thank you for the reply,

but i find it very difficult to chase a faster rider even if i take his line.

 

Have you had a look at the Twist 1 book or video? The section on reference points, how to find and use them could be helpful.

 

CF

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