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Old 10-29-2012, 03:50 PM   #1
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Was browsing the web for content related to MotoGP and bikes, and found these two great blogs about riding in the safe way.

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I like the track tips. Haven't seen those.
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Really- #15. Ignore the rear brake. (on a track) I know the front brake has most of the stopping power, but don't you need it to help stabilize the bike? Or just need to slow down a bit faster? I would like to know peoples thoughts on this.
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Really- #15. Ignore the rear brake. (on a track) I know the front brake has most of the stopping power, but don't you need it to help stabilize the bike? Or just need to slow down a bit faster? I would like to know peoples thoughts on this.
the rear brake is like drugs, likker, and hookers.......use well and in moderation

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