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You would already be carrying a small amount of throttle mid corner to balance the bike's suspension - this is explained brilliantly in Keith's book A Twist of the Wrist 2 - for the exit you are gradually picking the bike up and at the same time gradually increasing the throttle to match the rear tire's increasing contact patch

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Hi Guys,

 

In Level 2 we teach the Pick Up Drill. This gets more acceleration out of the turn on the exit. It's a way of decreasing your lean angle whilst applying more throttle without running wide. It's cool as polar bear piss. ;)

 

Enjoy your riding

 

Andy Ibbott

School Director (Europe)

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