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Old 05-24-2012, 06:42 AM   #10
liquid_ice
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Location: The Netherlands
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Originally Posted by explain View Post
There was local competition. Here is the course layout used. It's in russian but should be clear. Translations of the sections are below

dimensions|1st half|2nd half
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start/finish

and correction - on upper marks there are 540 turns (1 turns)
great layout, thanks man.
by the way, Russian always looks cool, haha


As a balance practice:

first:
stand still with bike in gear and one foot on the ground and the other on the pedal.
Place your foot from the ground on the pedal.
start driving

second:
stand still with bike in neutral and one foot on the ground and the other on the pedal.
Place your foot from the ground on the pedal, put it in gear and start driving

third:
stand still with bike in neutral and two feet on the ground.
Place both your feet from the ground on the pedal, put it in gear and start driving


I'm going to use this fairly simple practice at every traffic light (we got a lot of them in the Netherlands ;) )
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