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Old 02-08-2015, 12:47 AM   #1
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Man ... he tried to recover. So that tank slap starting and he kept getting on the brakes I guess cause he started coming over. When he let off that thing just took off.

Was he able to keep it up and hit pit exit road?
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Old 02-08-2015, 02:36 AM   #3
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ya he went down in the gravel trap and then slid into the tire wall
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Geez, what a noob. They should probably stick him back into level 2
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, hope Paul is ok, was that the new HPC endurance bike?
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Looked like Marquez in his early days of moto 2.....or one of the out guys on 610 trying to negotiate one of those tricky, knee draggin exit ramps...
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Should've used th rear brake.

You do realize it's exactly 0% effective with the rear tire in the air...right?
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How do you know he didn't?
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Dumb question.

when it comes to you and operation of a motorcyle...no, no its not.
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So you're just assuming that he wasn't, and gave advice based on an assumption?
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You do realize it's exactly 0% effective with the rear tire in the air...right?
Not true, if you apply the rear brake in the air the momentum of the rear wheel will be transfer to the bike and help you endo more.
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