Crash106 Posted May 26, 2010 Report Share Posted May 26, 2010 Hello All, I've been trying to understand lines and lean angles better. Just for fun, I've been spending some time following that yellow line around the curves (American roads). Then other times, I'll follow the white line around for awhile. Left turns. Right turns. I'll just stick to that line and see how it feels. I have found that trying a new line can be a surprisingly scary thing to do--not because it's unsafe, but because it is weird and new and different. The painted lines want to pull your vision off the vanishing point. Trying different lines has certainly helped me learn to TURN HERE! I've also learned that I can take almost any turn with almost any line, but if I don't go outside-inside-outside I'm probably going to have to slow down. Also, on big sweepers on public roads, my line doesn't mean squat. So, if you are looking for something fun to play attention too, you might try kicking it down a gear and playing with different cornering lines. I found it fun and educational. Best wishes, Crash106 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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