Bit more practice needed.

For old times' sake, some educational info for everyone who needs more control over his/her bike.

Same mistake by another rider? And a fine rider.

Postby David W » 19 Aug 2013, 01:02

Back on the very first video in the very first post:
Dave W II wrote:I do not have the audio portion of that clip; so Andi might be right about the left foot peg hitting the pavement. Is there any helpful audio available? Engine sounds? Wheel rubber squeal? (If so, can someone listen to it and give their opinion?)
The audio seems to support the poor braking idea: there's little increase in engine noise; just a bit of tire squeal when the rear wheel locks up, IMO.
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Keith Legge wrote:There's something about that bend :?
But what is the problem in the second video at that same bend? Is he starting to speed up and brake, too? Aren't there a lot of cameras there?
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Keith Legge wrote:Practice practice practice 8-)

Thanks, Keith for that great video about "Unreal Control on a Honda CBR600RR".
'Tis not its looks, but how it cooks.
And I've found that most liter size Pans, when warmed up, cook well.
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