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Another cornering genius

Postby duke63 » 07 Sep 2018, 20:19

How do they do this stuff???? (rock) Its a video btw. Click on the image.

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Re: Another cornering genius

Postby StMarks » 07 Sep 2018, 20:48

duke63 wrote:How do they do this stuff???? (rock) ]

^This ^ should be a video of Blade soon.
It's easy to controlled sideways slide a D675 (apparently) ... ers#864884
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Re: Another cornering genius

Postby bud » 08 Sep 2018, 02:07

They truly are on a different level to most of us.
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Re: Another cornering genius

Postby Cav » 10 Sep 2018, 11:10

Access denied to that link, St Marks.

For what it's worth, it isn't that difficult if you break down the mechanics of what they're doing. I know full well I can't do it on demand though!

I've deliberately slid my bike and been successful 2 times. Once was a 3rd gear exit from a roundabout onto a dual carriageway in the wet using Racetec K3s on my way to Silverstone (that was the best one) and I held it for maybe 3 seconds. The other one was about 1 second of powersliding in the dry on truly dead tyres but it got too big for me and I backed out.

What these guys do every time, hitting every apex, dragging elbow, dragging shoulder, sliding it and smoking it... they are several cuts above great riding and I wish I could ride like them
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Re: Another cornering genius

Postby Rossgo » 23 Sep 2018, 08:11

I have no idea how they do this, hard work and practice and I think a lot of offs before trying to be able to do this in my opinion. They are truly skilled riders

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Re: Another cornering genius

Postby D6 » 25 Sep 2018, 13:28

bloody show offs.
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