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Old 03-11-2014, 03:01 PM   #1
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Keith Code: The Art of Cornering

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There was no instruction in that at all. It was just him talking about the school.
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get the books...twist of the wrist I&II
Umm I look at twist of the wrist and see KEITH CODE on it then I look at what OP posted and also see KEITH CODE

Maybe what OP just posted is an ad for the latest and greatest..? were just all to cheap and will see it once its on youtube in full?
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Umm I look at twist of the wrist and see KEITH CODE on it then I look at what OP posted and also see KEITH CODE

Maybe what OP just posted is an ad for the latest and greatest..? were just all to cheap and will see it once its on youtube in full?
Twist of the Wrist is on youtube in full...I've already posted it here several times. You only get so much for free out of life but apprently Ape feels it all should be free to him.
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I posted this more for the fact him talking about having a coach. Doesn't matter if it's ridesmart, or whoopies, or whoever. It's about new riders understanding the only way to reach a certain level is with training. Nobody starts out good at anything instantly.
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Twist of the Wrist is on youtube in full...I've already posted it here several times. You only get so much for free out of life but apprently Ape feels it all should be free to him.
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I posted this more for the fact him talking about having a coach. Doesn't matter if it's ridesmart, or whoopies, or whoever. It's about new riders understanding the only way to reach a certain level is with training. Nobody starts out good at anything instantly.
You posted a thread titled "The Art of Cornering" and then link a video that advertises California Superbike school. When I pointed out that your title was misleading, you imply that I'm seeking handouts. I've already watched Twist of the Wrist II and I've taken more than one, paid-for, instructional session. I have no problems paying for instruction to improve my technique as I have no way of instictively knowing how to ride a sportbike. If you're going to claim that your point behind the video is that we all need instruction, why did you title it "The Art of Cornering" and not "Good advice for all level riders?" , why link it at all instead of just typing up that you feel instruction is tantamount to personal improvement?

Or, you could just admit that you realised you'd made a mistake and tried to pass the buck. Either way
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You posted a thread titled "The Art of Cornering" and then link a video that advertises California Superbike school. When I pointed out that your title was misleading, you imply that I'm seeking handouts. I've already watched Twist of the Wrist II and I've taken more than one, paid-for, instructional session. I have no problems paying for instruction to improve my technique as I have no way of instictively knowing how to ride a sportbike. If you're going to claim that your point behind the video is that we all need instruction, why did you title it "The Art of Cornering" and not "Good advice for all level riders?" , why link it at all instead of just typing up that you feel instruction is tantamount to personal improvement?

Or, you could just admit that you realised you'd made a mistake and tried to pass the buck. Either way
I didn't title it. Asphault and Rubber did. You obviously missed the link at the top of the post. Try again. I haven't seen you post any content to MH ever. Just complaints and bitchings.


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933 posts over almost 2yrs. Very few of those are "complaints and " although I, like you, do use the internet to vent. To assume that's all I do would be the same as me basing my entire judgement of you on your "Stupid riders" thread.

I understand that the title of the video is "The Art of Cornering," however, the actual content of the video was NOT "the art of cornering." That was my only point and I had no ill intention.

Anyway, this doesn't seem to be getting anywhere and if you still don't understand why I posted my original message then I'm just wasting my time. Ride on and keep the rubber side down.
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