dmj120 Posted May 20, 2010 Report Share Posted May 20, 2010 On the Twist2 dvd, in every riders' meeting, and at level 1 - it is said let your tires warm up; also keith say no quick-flick. I understand how hard acceleration or filcking the bike too fast can cause you to have a bad day - but what about the lean angle? Having less than a dozen trackdays under my belt, it's obvious I'm not the fastest guy out there; and I always do at least 2 laps to warm the tires, I've felt the rear get a loose upon acceleration, which is kinda fun during these warm-up laps. But.... i never lean that far over - for fear of the washing out... my biggest fear is being one of the dumAzzes causing a red flag and taking other peeps' track time. Can you lean all the way over (mind you, I don't drag a knee) before the tires are warm? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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