Kevin Kane Posted May 28, 2004 Report Share Posted May 28, 2004 Having just finished the School at Watkins Glen, I have a question about throttle control AFTER the turn. We worked a lot on throttle control in cornering, especailly after turning in; the main emphasis was to continue rolling on and to avoid "stalling" on the gas. My question is what kind of throttle control do you use after you get the bike upright, especially with a long straight in front of you like there are (3 of) at the Glen? I found that my right hand was going numb from twisting the throttle as quickly as I could and that technique worked against the idea of "staying loose on the bars". What was I doing wrong here? Thanks, Kevin Kane Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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