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Discussion in 'The Perfect Line and Other Riding Myths' started by SCQTT, Apr 16, 2009.
Leaning way out is key when you are pissing your friend off by keeping up with his sportbike, and you're on an old CB500 or early shadow 750.
Man, how the hell am I still alive...
Throwin a knee out on a lightweight bike may help cornering but he might as well be throwin a 10lb anchor off the Titanic.
Exactly. I'm on a 650-lb FJR, plus my 210. Knee in, knee out... doesn't make a difference.
Or evolution at work.
Natural selection, actually, but close 'nuff
Taking a cute picture of a couple little kids sitting on a little motorcycle now equates to "Parenting Fail"
Are you out of your fucking mind?
You're doing it wrong. (Sorry, I've always wanted to say that.) I know that feeling. Try this. Turn your hips to the inside of the turn, hard. That will lock your top knee into the tank and your bottom knee will naturally fall to the inside.
To anyone who came to this thread seeking Killboy photos... I am so, so deeply sorry that I started a debate on hanging off. My only defense is: it's winter, and Killboy ain't posting photos, and I'm bored.
No worry, its all entertainment (AKA a waste of time), and it is Winter.
You know those kids are going at least 205 mph.
Fuck if i know how i got around all them bends without this 'knee' stuff:huh
You guys lean because you don't know how to ride like this guy.
3 wheels I sort of get, but 5??
^^^ That's how you should do to negotiate that corner at higher rate of speed
^^^ of course, at times, could be some unintended consequences...