just don't care
Join Date: Sep 2012
Location: Concord, CA
Bike: '02 R6 (track); '05 ZX10R
Re: horrible rider.
I'm no expert, but what I saw was that you were on and off the throttle mid corners fairly often (especially on the longer corners) and on this particular one you rolled off (loading the front end) then decide to add lean angle and throttle at the same time. Because I had/have a habit of that myself, I tend to pay a fair bit of attention to the whole "don't add lean angle and throttle" bit.
On the quicker corners you're okay, coming up to the slow part of the corner then taking away lean angle as you're applying the throttle, but on the longer "patience" corners you seem to toss that out the window.
If you're crashing what you consider frequently, then you're doing something wrong and you need to figure out what it is and slow down till you correct it.
Tire pressures probably didn't help you any, and running them that far off may make a tire give out when modern rubber technology could have otherwise saved you from yourself.