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November 25, 2002, 10:16 AM

I've been reading "Proficient Motorcycling" - -they say that if your rear tire starts to slide when you're using it, that you should just stay on it hard, until you stop. This will keep it from regaining traction and throwing you on your arse. (Same technique taught by MSF course). If you could have hit that rear break when you started sliding, it might have slid more and helped you keep 'er standing? :dunno:

Much easier said than done, I know. I'd have been on the pavement for sure.


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