Wurn Posted June 9, 2009 Report Share Posted June 9, 2009 Hey all, allmost done reading A Twist of the wrist II and besides being really insightfull it also had a downside if you will. Downside being now that i am learning what to do i tend to concentrate on what to do (correctly) and not focussing on riding the bike, also the biggest thing is that for some weird reason i tend to be more safety concious after reading Twist II so when riding I tend to concentrate on doing the right things more. Is it normal? But anywhoo what i would like to ask you guys are: 1. How do i get to know where a corners Turn point is? Specifically Road riding, even after riding the same road everyday i still feel i am taking a couple of turn wrong. (lazy turning). Looking at the image here http://www.leics.gov.uk/bends.gif where excately is the correct turn point? 2. This morning in a corner that i ride everyday on my way to work, mid corner (its a 150kmh turn) i managed to push the bike even lower than ever before. Surely this is not right even if the bike felt stable? The thing is the 2004 Fireblade is not that easy to quickly turn into a corner, over certain speeds or am i wrong? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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