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Survival Reaction Triggers List


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Fear of putting on the gas.

Too much speed.

Sliding the rear.

Sliding the front.

Front end shaking.

Front end leaving the deck.

Rear in the air under braking.

Rear sliding into the corner.

Other riders crashing in front.

Other riders doing unexpected thing.

Lots of lean angle.

Quick flicking.

Blown around by the wind.

Rain.

Chasing rider with their front wheel right up your tail pipe.

Toe/ hard parts of bike touching down while leaned deep.

Running off the track into grass or dirt etc.

 

Above is a list of some things that can cause survival reactions. Please add any triggers you have experienced or can think of and I will add them to the list.

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Toe/ hard parts of bike touching down while leaned deep

Running off the track into grass or dirt etc.

 

Thanks jrock, sorry to take a while to put that up, the toe/hard parts of the bike touching down is a great one and has caught me out before.

 

The idea with this is to have a list of each SR trigger that we can mentally run through in our minds so that we are better prepared when the situation arises. For example if you were to picture in your mind your toe/hard parts of your bike touching down and at the same time you are maintaining good throttle control, then when the situation occurs you are much more likely to do the right thing. Then you could picture the same thing happening and you have a nice easy grip on the bars etc..

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