slylos Posted July 6, 2020 Report Share Posted July 6, 2020 Hi everyone - super beginner question: in the context of trail braking and lean angle: as you start to turn in and you start trailing off the brakes, is it safe then to add more brake pressure if you realize you're too hot into the turn? I ask the question assuming the answer is "yes to a degree" but it allows me to ensure we're on the same page for my next question. This is my question: if you turn in and realize you're going too fast so you add some more pressure, what option is left if you're still going too fast and now you're leaned pretty far over and know you can't brake too much more or you'll lose the front? Do you just give up your line and let the bike drift out or is there something else to trail braking as a way to continue reducing speed that I am not aware of? Thanks for entertaining super beginner question! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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