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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Aug 24th, 2019, 12:57 pm Thread Starter
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The best pearl for me was to wait until you see your exit from the curve before hitting the throttle.

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Of course, every corner is different and can vary with track situations; there are times when an early apex is the best course, especially when there might be a large vehicle coming the other way, crowding your lane in the process.

https://www.rideapart.com/articles/3...e-its-awesome/

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Good video
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Meh. Honestly, for street riding, I feel like any technique riders have been using all through the years that keeps you on the bike and riding while avoiding people on cell phones, left turners, dogs, deer and everything else we encounter are the best. I could not care less about early and late braking and apexes etc etc. Half the time, my entry or exit in a turn is determined by obstacles I am avoiding. The remainder of the time it just doesnít bother me that I could have shaved .10 second off the turn or that Rossi would have done it differently.

Letís put 1/10 of the threats we face every day out on the Moto GP course and watch how the riding changes.
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Depends on where and how you ride.

Urban riding with traffic is different from tight twisties with blind curves with little traffic and intersections.

There is certainly some overlap and your points are well taken.

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Depends on where and how you ride.

Urban riding with traffic is different from tight twisties with blind curves with little traffic and intersections.

There is certainly some overlap and your points are well taken.

Agreed
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