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Old 11-07-2012, 01:48 AM   #161
Wraith Rider
Joined: Feb 2012
Location: Germany
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Originally Posted by Andrew011 View Post
On public roads there is an element of possible surprise in the corner (wherever you can't see the road far enough ahead).
Basic rule: Never outdrive your sight distance. There shouldn't be an occasion "where you can't see the road far enough ahead".

Originally Posted by crofrog View Post
Because you can use the trail braking to get you to the line you want to be on and be no where near the limits of adhesion or to use less lean angle, or make the ride really smooth.
As I said, it's done just for fun. Like hanging off. Nothing wrong about that.
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