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You should be steady on the throttle up to the apex this allows the front to bite. Once you get to the apex, roll it on...roll it on too fast, you'll get a slide, roll it on too slow and you'll be shakin your head down the straight...like me. :ph34r:

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Actually you want to start rolling on the throttle as soon as you get the bike turned. You shouldn?t wait for the apex or anything else. If you?re just steady on the gas the bike will decelerate, you want it to slowly accelerate through the ENTIRE corner so you have to go positive with the throttle as soon as you turn the bike.

 

When exiting a corner you can start your drive before the bike is completely upright. You have to be careful but you can add more throttle as the bike comes up. Think of it this way, the more the bike comes up the harder you can get into the gas.

 

We teach a skill in level 2 that can help you get on the gas sooner and harder on the exit. It?s the last drill for you guys that have done level two already.

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"Actually you want to start rolling on the throttle as soon as you get the bike turned. You shouldn?t wait for the apex or anything else. If you?re just steady on the gas the bike will decelerate,"

Thanks Stuman, that explains my head shaking. :D

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  • 3 weeks later...

First, you get really hard on the brakes and you start backing it in and smoking the rear tire... then you rip the bike down into the corner and you power wheelie upon exit.

 

Simple, eh? Sorry... it's getting really late.

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