lazyrider Posted November 10, 2009 Report Share Posted November 10, 2009 Question: On a moto X bike I've been taught to keep my weight forward on the seat (4 fingers from the front of seat) to ensure that my body weight is in the centre of the bike between the front and rear wheel so that the rear wheel can pivot around my body and move when required without wiping out or high siding. Is this the case with a track bike as when watching the new DVD "Twist of the wrist 2" it talks about pushing your backside into the rear of the seat to lock it in. Does this put more weight over the rear wheel or because your upper body is pushed forward is you COG still central between the front & rear wheel as its spread out along the bike? I just started thinking about this one and wondered if you could offer any advice? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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