Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Virginia Beach, Va
Bike: 2007 R6S, 2007 R6R
Re: Riding Posture Critiche Needed (video inside)
I've done a couple racing schools, so i'll go through the list of how they always listed importance.
Step 1. Get your lines down. I have no idea what the track looks like, or if you were on the right line because of the camera view, but it looked like you left a lot of unused track. If you go faster and aren't on the correct line as a novice, it won't end well for you.
Step 2. Body Position.. over exaggerate. Slide your ass off the seat as far as you think you should, and then go further. Point your knee and elbow out, and lead with your head. If you lead into the turn with your head pushing towards the turn, it should reduce chances of being crossed up like babymilo is in his picture. Your body should be facing the way you want to be going, not the way you don't want to be going.
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