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Stumpy
23-11-08, 12:47
I wish I could do this on mine:D

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GreatScott
23-11-08, 12:58
very impressive :bow

yamonda1
23-11-08, 16:15
superb skills :bow:bow

MMC
23-11-08, 17:52
I'd be chuffed if I could do that on my bloody bicycle - let alone an HD!

BegesRus
23-11-08, 19:50
It's easy - just look where you want to go - use a bit of back brake to steady the bike - tip in in big-time - oooh and most imprortant
***************** use someones elses bike !!!!!!!!!!!!

ricardo
24-11-08, 17:31
I'd be hard pushed to remember the route, let alone do the manoeuvres.

Ogmios
24-11-08, 17:44
It's easy - ...oooh and most imprortant
***************** use someones elses bike !!!!!!!!!!!!

yes. ;)
so much easier when not thinking of the potential repair bill. :D
i had so much fun at an "experienced rider training symposium" (took a German gent to name it that :blast) run by F.I.M. on an ADAC track outside Frankfurt :bounce1
on one of the aspects we were told to deliberately enter a blind bend and when we saw the 'obstacle' to be avoided :eek:- use the front brake hard to shed speed and then correct course.

o.k - so you want me to enter a bend, leant over and then firmly apply front brake?
:eek
oooh.k. - 's not my bike :nenau
actually - it was a very good session and - to the suprise of some - no one did highside :thumb

on the same 'symposium' we got to play with BWM 650s fitted with outriggers like half a shopping trolley on each side of the Bike and sent down a skid pan. (got a pic somewhere - i could look for?)
that was just weird. very weird.

best bit though was my first ever experience with a proper trials bike.....
up and down a flight of steps :green gri

sycomoto
24-11-08, 18:55
I'm serious, cos of the running boards you can stop it falling over by pushing down on the inside board. Your noway close to the edge of grip so its just a case of keeping the weight central a bit like turning tight on a trials bike.
Does help if you don't have to pay the repair bill as well.
There was a great prog on telly about the CHiPs and there trainingwhich explained everything. Alot harder to do on a BMW thats fer sure.:thumb2

simondippenhall
25-11-08, 16:17
I'm serious, cos of the running boards you can stop it falling over by pushing down on the inside board. Your noway close to the edge of grip so its just a case of keeping the weight central a bit like turning tight on a trials bike.

Syco
Do tell more on this technique...I'm enjoying my Electraghlide UltraClassic but would love to improve my technique!

Simon