Originally Posted by MotoTex
I've only been riding dirt bikes since the early 70's and whenever my front brake has locked it is a sign to me that I have over-braked. My goal is always to ride up to that fine line, but to not cross it. And, when I do, immediately release it and reengage.
Right, and you don't immediately fall down. That's what I'm saying. You ease it off and then re-engage. A lot of our more pavement oriented brothers seem to regard a front push as an instant crash and it's not. At least in the dirt it's not.
Advanced pancreatic cancer found 04/2010. Have outlived +/- 97% of patients with this diagnosis, but 08/2013 cancer now in liver, vascular system and lungs with 20+ lung tumors. Sick/weak sometimes, not riding much. No more treatments & now under Hospice care.
viverrid screwed with this post 08-29-2013 at 01:15 PM