Originally Posted by dwoodward
But since we're taking Nick's word as law, here's one for David (who decided to quote Nick) and the rest of the Lee Parks fans:
|Originally Posted by Nick Ienatsch, "The Pace" |
The street is not a racing environment, and it takes humility, self assurance and self control to keep it that way. The leader sets the pace and monitors his mirrors for signs of raggedness in the ranks that follow, such as tucking in on straights, crossing over the yellow line and hanging off the motorcycle in the corners.
Try Using the WHOLE QUOTE next time:
The Pace's style of not hanging off in corners also reduces the appearance of pushing too hard and adds a degree of maturity and sensibility in the eyes of the public and the law. There's a definite challenge to cornering quickly while sitting sedately on your bike.
2005 KTM950 Adventure, 2005 Yamaha Vmax, 2002 BMW K1200RS, 2005 Suzuki SV650S, 1991 Honda VFR750, 1990 Honda Hawk GT, 2004 Honda CRF250X, 2000 Buell Blast................
outlaws justice screwed with this post 07-12-2012 at 03:49 AM