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Old 01-17-2008, 04:59 PM   #41
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Fourth one on the top row, looking left to right, has the best form IMHO. One cheek off, looking where he's going, bike is at a good angle. The guy in the yellow yamaha suit is looking right at the camera about to crash. Second guy from the left on the top row is waaaaaayy off that bike.
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...this is my desktop picture. It's perfection! I try my damnest to position my self in this way around every corner I take. Just pure perfection man...

Lets see the LEAN angles!



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Look how far Rossi's knee is off the clutch lever in the first shot.......
Poetry in motion.
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Fourth one on the top row, looking left to right, has the best form IMHO. One cheek off, looking where he's going, bike is at a good angle. The guy in the yellow yamaha suit is looking right at the camera about to crash. Second guy from the left on the top row is waaaaaayy off that bike.
+1...I agree, 4th/top row has best body positioning. Shoulders squared, looking through the turn...
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Look how far Rossi's knee is off the clutch lever in the first shot.......
Poetry in motion.
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Yep, that's why it's my favorite picture...it's just perfect riding! Doesn't get much better...no break, no clutch, just perfect ridin'...haha
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Fourth one on the top row, looking left to right, has the best form IMHO. One cheek off, looking where he's going, bike is at a good angle. The guy in the yellow yamaha suit is looking right at the camera about to crash. Second guy from the left on the top row is waaaaaayy off that bike.
Figures you would like that guy. He's a big fella. He's a little upright, though.
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+1...I agree, 4th/top row has best body positioning. Shoulders squared, looking through the turn...
I think the second guy on the top row is doing exactly what you mentioned Cajun. He is waay off the bike trying to drag his knee, but look at the bike. That thing looks like it is going to turn really wide:/:.
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Fourth one on the top row, looking left to right, has the best form IMHO. One cheek off, looking where he's going, bike is at a good angle. The guy in the yellow yamaha suit is looking right at the camera about to crash. Second guy from the left on the top row is waaaaaayy off that bike.
Bottom left for me, he' the apex !!!!!
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I think the second guy on the top row is doing exactly what you mentioned Cajun. He is waay off the bike trying to drag his knee, but look at the bike. That thing looks like it is going to turn really wide:/:.
But you would be suprised what you can do with the bars that high. He'll probably end up high-side, unfortunately.
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Anybody have pics of that one guy wearing black and white racing somewhere here in Texas?...I wish I had more info, I just remember it being the epitome of what I thought good body positioning should be...
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Figures you would like that guy. He's a big fella. He's a little upright, though.
He's the best in the bunch, I'm not suggesting his position is ideal. Look at him relative to everyone else.
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Bottom left for me, he' the apex !!!!!

That's right! That's me! Fastest lap! Best BP, and Swift E(the 4th from left on top) just wishes he could hang with the master!
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Bottom left for me, he' the apex !!!!!
+1, he's the next best one, maybe better.
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That's right! That's me! Fastest lap! Best BP, and Swift E(the 4th from left on top) just wishes he could hang with the master!
I can pick 'em can't I
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He's the best in the bunch, I'm not suggesting his position is ideal. Look at him relative to everyone else.
Yeah, but you don't want to be the best in the bunch. You should strive to be better than the best.
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That's right! That's me! Fastest lap! Best BP, and Swift E(the 4th from left on top) just wishes he could hang with the master!
If that's you in your sig, you're bp is better than these pics above.
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Yeah, but you don't want to be the best in the bunch. You should strive to be better than the best.
Ok philosopher, well said.
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Anybody have pics of that one guy wearing black and white racing somewhere here in Texas?...I wish I had more info, I just remember it being the epitome of what I thought good body positioning should be...
Ok, I got more info...It was around April and they were photos from Texas World.
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Ok, I got more info...It was around April and they were photos from Texas World.
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