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Old 04-25-2013, 02:09 PM   #11
liquid_ice
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Joined: Aug 2011
Location: The Netherlands
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Originally Posted by Vulfy View Post
I wouldn't go too deep into all of this right away, as it can get a bit overwhelming, especially if you are a new rider altogether. Keep it simple, and do one step at a time. Once you are comfortable with what the step you are doing, you can start adding on top of it.

I think you are right about just starting wider figure 8. Get used to the bike leaning, find the confidence in your tires.
I second this, last weekend I have done my 6th or 8th gymkhana day (imagine a japanese rider telling about the number of day's, haha) and only now I used the front break a little in a VERY wide exercise. Never used it in GP8 and I managed to do a 37,8 seconds GP8 in Donington.


By the way, I think a talent is rising in the Netherlanders:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?featur...&v=RF-FEVEVQqQ
a nice 34,7 seconds

I have promised some pics from our last Amsterdam day:

http://www.motogymkhana.nl/Site/Uplo...7246Axjf34.jpg
http://www.motogymkhana.nl/Site/Uplo...7246Axjf34.jpg
http://www.motogymkhana.nl/Site/Uplo...7265CTUsbk.jpg
http://www.motogymkhana.nl/Site/Uplo...7309Z2JRVz.jpg
http://www.motogymkhana.nl/Site/Uplo...9550VudZlv.jpg
http://www.motogymkhana.nl/Site/Uplo...9664Z3Bxki.jpg
http://www.motogymkhana.nl/Site/Uplo...9640Y5WwLQ.jpg

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