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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by SCQTT, Apr 16, 2009.
The K12S moves pretty good also...
I am confused by the comments about this one.
The water isn't moving, no stones in the way, pavement smooth to make for an easy ford, tires good tread and also clean, and it appears like the middle of summer. Clearly this was a much more intentional stop.
Isn't this just a water stop to let the bike cool off, rest and get a drink?????????
Out foxed by algae.
I trout fish and that didn't escape me.. just funnin a little.
ah.. to cross that double line or not?????? and you?
Not so far from the dragon.
Not enough hi-vis.... had to lay 'er down
I was riding with Doc when this happened. The slab was SUPER slippery. There was a coating of slime a 1/4" deep that you can't see. He was hurt pretty badly. Three ribs broken. It took three people to lift the bike because the footing was so bad.
Wooden bridges can also be slippery when wet
Try Googling (or Binging) "it's not" vs "it isn't".
You'll see they are both acceptable.
This is not setting up well...
Dang. Fiero Trike?
Sorry-- wrong image pasted in earlier.
Not passing anyone.
To straighten out the turn? What fun is their in that?
I like to stay right side of DYL unless passing. I think I'm missing something here.
Only to those who bastardize the language.
(like those who call jogging and recreational riding a "Sport")
i spent 3 days tracking down the elusive sleeping xt225. when i had my shot, i took it!
Apex? What apex?
Christ. Fuckin' n00b opens up the box again.
By the way: **there**
That's distorted. A telephoto lens compresses distance. He probably has enough road to set up for the next turn.
Any guesses on the make of the bike?
Hmm, belt drive, has a muffler so it can't be a Hardly....
With that HUGE vacuum cleaner sized Fart Can It can only be a Yamaha V-Star Warrior.
'Tis indeed a Warrior and no, he doesn't have enough time to get set for the curve, nor did he in the previous curve which put him in his current, way off line, position.