hubbard_28 Posted July 20, 2009 Report Share Posted July 20, 2009 While I'm going through the basics of track riding with my wife, we're working at really low speeds. 40/60 is hard to gauge. I'm really starting to pay attention to it at higher speeds, and am learning that it takes more throttle than I initially thought. My thinking is that it takes even more throttle to combat the deceleratory forces of the lean. Is this correct? I'm finding that to get more pressure on the rear, I don't have to crack the throttle, but I do have to give it much more of a twist than I initially thought. Am I getting this right, or am I setting myself up for something nasty when I get back on the track? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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