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Old 11-19-2012, 03:50 PM   #4
High Country Herb
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But I feel that the british porn star truly loved me ... and the german "good girl" turned into a psychopathic b!tch ...
Can I make this my new tag line? Sounds like my love life, except I'm happy with my German psycho...


Back to the tipping problem. I have to go with cybrdyke on this one. In both accident descriptions, I picture the bike leaned over so far that the front wheel is turned sharply. When this happens, the rear wheel is pushing against a pretty strong resistance, and will either break traction or stall the motor.

You may want to keep the bike upright in slow corners, until you are more familiar with it's cornering characteristics. This way if you stall or break traction, you just pull in the clutch and coast until things are back in balance.
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