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Old 01-25-2014, 02:34 PM   #18
Bar None
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Originally Posted by PirateJohn View Post
Yup. I found that I could switch between countersteering and "conventional" riding pretty easily, but at the end of a long trip on a bike with relatively narrow handlebars my arms and shoulders would be dead tired. Much easier to countersteer a big GS BMW than a K1100RS or a K100RS, which originally had some seriously narrow bars fitted.
What is this "conventional" riding that you speak of? Are you saying that you don't need to counter steer a two wheel motorcycle?
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