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Old 07-24-2014, 09:48 AM   #10
JohnCW
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Originally Posted by MN_Smurf View Post
IMO, it's because most new riders are very ham handed, and it's very easy to overdo it on the brakes.
Isn't that the very reason that it should be taught? What's their logic... we don't teach something important because we consider it hard for a new rider..... logic doesn't make sense to me. Lets alter it than, we don't teach it because we don't think its important for a beginner to be able to brake in a corner if they have to.... still having a problem with the logic.
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