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Old 07-07-2013, 04:04 AM   #4
markie*mark0
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Joined: Jun 2013
Oddometer: 10
poor control in the first place, if you watch carefully you can see the on/off of the throttle, combine that with the weight transfer of the bike and the rear looses traction.

highsides tend to kick you out of the seat, the good thing with that is all of your body weight is instantly transferred to your pegs, this means the centre of gravity is put as low as possible to make the bike more stable.

combine the lucky kick out of the seat with an instinctive "turn into the skid" and he saves it.

Work on positive throttle control for next time and this wont happen
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