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Old 03-28-2013, 09:05 PM   #29
c3eh OP
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Originally Posted by Fishenough View Post
A favorite local route that gets quite slippery after, or during a rain, have seen many a bike fall down on this short backroad - a couple of times it was someone riding one of my bikes. http://goo.gl/maps/7kXH5

An obvious beginner rider, but at 1:15 he slips, at 4:30 he just decides to ride off the road.

The first time he falls it almost looked like he slid on the green(moss?) that was on the side of the rode, the second time it looked like he made no effort to turn and just rode into trees.

and bimmerx2
damn it still amazes me that such traction is possible in rain, although i'm sure its just physics momentum+mass+tire compound=grip well that was more like math ha still impressive though.
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