Crash106 Posted April 19, 2011 Report Share Posted April 19, 2011 If I am already at an appropriate speed for a corner, and I am maintaining that speed as I turn in, is there any reason I need to be OFF the throttle? For example, two bikers approach a corner. Biker A sets his speed early, he's going 60 mph 20 feet before the turn point and when he reaches his turn point, he maintains a steady throttle and tips it in. Biker B is going 65mph 20 feet before the turn point and is still on the brakes. He manages to reach the turn point at 60 mph and tips in off the throttle and off the brakes. Clearly biker A has less drama, but does either bike have a handling or safety advantage and why? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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