Lnewqban Posted May 18, 2012 Report Share Posted May 18, 2012 I have finished reading Twist of the Wrist II, hoping to find an answer to this question, but either I missed it or is something obvious. Please cornering masters and more experienced riders, correct or comment on my two following assumptions: 1) I imagine that for a track, the rider is approaching the limits of traction for each turn, memorizing the maximum entering speed for each turn and observing the speedometer for each entering point. 2) For street riding, each new unfamiliar turn is to be entered at the speed that experience dictates for similar conditions. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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