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Old 12-16-2012, 06:24 AM   #51
slartidbartfast
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Originally Posted by Barry View Post
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But I agree with your assessment, having to make such a massive correction regularly implies you are cooking turns a lot.

Barry
Actually, having the ability to make such a correction and get away with it time after time, implies the corner was not overcooked - or at least only in relation to the comfort level of the rider to lean the bike. Furthermore, needing to make mid-corner corrections to avoid debris, potholes, etc., implies not looking far enough ahead (something we all do from time-to-time but if you're doing it frequently, you need to go back and rethink your technique and competence)
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