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Old 07-12-2012, 04:47 PM   #221
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Front brakes while leaned with no other inputs will make the front tire try to go straight, and stand the bike up... unless you overcome traction in which case you lowside.

BUT, proper application, along with corresponding bar inputs, will make the bike maintain its angle and line while braking.
That's fair enough. I was speaking to maintaining a line through a turn.

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yes, what he said, i am 100% certain, 10% of the time, oh wait that is wrong, I am 10% certain, 90% of the time.... kind of over the noob line here...
oh, and i guess you could call a highside as standing the bike up.
I guess backing it in counts as well then...


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Ok so I think I know how a noob ride should be conducted now.
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We're on the same page here regarding just turning the bike, thus my point of not covering the brakes.

And if you haven't noticed you better throttle a bit more, in a turn, if you're going to lean more.
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Why use more throttle when all you need to do is apply more force to the bars? Would you press the gas pedal in a cage more if you hadn't turned the wheel enough to make a turn? You have some idiotic ideas about riding.

Yea, I guess if a noob rider doesn't have a finger or two on the brake lever he won't use it in a panic situation. He should probably keep his hand off the throttle too. ridiculous
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Why use more throttle when all you need to do is apply more force to the bars? Would you press the gas pedal in a cage more if you hadn't turned the wheel enough to make a turn? You have some idiotic ideas about riding.
If in a panic situation, yes all you'll need to do is use more bar input, sure, but there is a good possibbility of the rider still laying it down if he doesn't increase his throttle. Which will in turn, get him through that turn quicker.

The more throttle the more lean. Less throttle more lean means low side.

Wow and you are the one they keep mentioning as someone who offers good advice?

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Yea, I guess if a noob rider doesn't have a finger or two on the brake lever he won't use it in a panic situation. He should probably keep his hand off the throttle too. ridiculous
Yeah less brakes. Bar input and throttle to keep the Noob and intermediate alive.

I mean do we really want to teach trailbraking? I think not.



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If in a panic situation, yes all you'll need to do is use more bar input, sure, but there is a good possibbility of the rider still laying it down if he doesn't increase his throttle. .
That's bullshit. Most noobs end up in the ditch on the outside of the turn. I've never ever seen one lowside because of over steering. If you think you're too fast for the turn, more throttle is not the answer. Go ride your TMAX and GTFO!
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The more throttle the more lean. Less throttle more lean means low side.


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Kick T-bag in the nuts next time you see him
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Wait, what?
yep, i could hear all that loose in my head rattle while i was shaking it too....
i guess there would come a time i would need to talk to this fella and get a list of definition of terms and see if he means something different than i do when he says the same words... that is the only way his would make any sense to me,,, that or he is a sadistic trying to get noobs killed.
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yep, i could hear all that loose in my head rattle while i was shaking it too....
i guess there would come a time i would need to talk to this fella and get a list of definition of terms and see if he means something different than i do when he says the same words... that is the only way his would make any sense to me,,, that or he is a sadistic trying to get noobs killed.
To what are you confused?

To maintain a lean angle it would be wise to give more throttle on a turn, isn't that why we continue to roll the throttle on a turn? If not you will fall over. Ive exeprienced this very thing. not enough throttle.

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Don't you have some double wides to scout?
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Ive exeprienced this very thing. not enough throttle.

Explain yourelf.
That's because you're "rocking" a TMAX and you don't realize what the you're doing when you're on yours
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