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Old 11-29-2012, 12:57 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Lurky-Loo View Post

So, no, a successful GP rider is not countersteering deliberately after turn-in.

Well, at least Schwantz isn't. (Or, thinks he isn't. )

Try "weighing the outside peg" when exiting a turn. Now, try to do that without exerting a few extra fractions of a pound of force on the outside bar (or pulling on the inside bar).

The question is, how does Dani stand the bike up to quickly. One proposal is "I don't know." Another is "counter-steering."
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