Actually there is a very clear statement in the article that explains how to avoid having a tank slapper in the first place and that is to not death grip the bars or tighten up when the suspension is auto-correcting itself. Riders are the ones that create the instability on the motorcycle and it is not to be accepted as just a natural part of riding fast, but of making a mistake while riding. (provided that everything is mechanically sound on the bike) Avoiding tank slappers is done by riding with a relaxed grip on the bars and a stable lower body.
There are also techniques that you can use to avoid tucking the front tire or crashing, these are not things that just happen for no reason, or because you rode fast.... they happen because mistakes were made.
Good body position is one that keeps your lower body stable and allows your arms to be relaxed on the bars- sure there are different "types" of riding position and necessary differences in body position for different styles (dirt, flat track, roadracing etc) but there is a clear difference between POOR body position or poor riding skills that can increase the chance of riding mistakes like tank slappers, tucking the front, crashes etc.
Haha!!! You're kidding right? Where did you copy/paste that from? The Noob Bible?
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