Originally Posted by Barry
So, I agree with you the frequency implies he's over-cooking turns way too often. The point is, people are arguing there is not a need to be able to 1) stand the bike up and STOP or 2) stand the bike up, brake HARD, then lean the bike and continue on.
My point, which some are arguing, is you would never need to do that, or (and I don't know how this got in the discussion) if you stop while leaned the bike will fall over.
But I agree with your assessment, having to make such a massive correction regularly implies you are cooking turns a lot.
Tell me when you have tons of run off to be able to stand the bike up to brake?
As for braking when turning, everyday I have to go down a hill on a curve, Everyday, I turn, and brake when I am still turning, because there is no other option. If I stand the bike up, I will go slamming into trees.
As for the bike falling over when braking to a stop, really? You would keep the bike leaned over right before you stop?