Originally Posted by xymotic
Yes, but, um.
Weight to inside to get the bike to start a turn, then you shift the weight to the outside through the apex. So, you can certainly argue that the 'weight' is on the outside when you are actually in the turn.
Uhm no.. .watch a asphalt race.. the weight stays on the inside until the bike starts to straighten up... in fact in the turn their feet are likely not even touching the outside peg and their entire bnofy (body)is shifted to the inside.....
and yes.. over kill for a noob thread.
and Larry said, "Wow, you really need to run out of gas more often!"
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