Wippersnapper Posted July 19, 2006 Report Share Posted July 19, 2006 Hi, I want to ask everyone a question. I have gotten into a habbit when approaching a tight corner. What I do is brake hard so that the rear end is light and then down shift a gear or two fast and the rear breaks away sliding just a bit before it catches and builds revs so that the engine speed and the rear wheel speed match. So while the rear is sliding I kind rotate it to the outside of the corner (left for a right hand, right for a left hand) and so that way the front is where I want it and the bike is already pointed towards the outside/exit path of the corner. Is this a bad habbit and/or is this ok to do if you want to go the fastest way around a corner? Thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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