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Mortorcycle control dynamics

Mortorcycle control dynamics

Mortorcycle control dynamics

Sorry bout that.  I couldn't resist after seeing this video.  WOW. I've been on bikes since 1949 and I doubt I could even get part way...



RE: Mortorcycle control dynamics

It's easy. Just look where you need to go, don't look at the cones, and don't be afraid of crashing.

RE: Mortorcycle control dynamics

Easy-peasy...Just look where you need to go?  No sweat!  

Don't look at the cones?  Are you kidding me?

Don't be afraid of crashing?  Pointless to worry cause your gonna crash anyway!

Rod smile   

RE: Mortorcycle control dynamics

Watch his head - when he does a 360 his head is cranked around as far as his neck will allow. If he looked where he was going he'd dump it in the first turn...looking where he wants to go,and the bike goes there.

RE: Mortorcycle control dynamics

Basic trials riding skills, but on 800 lbs, with about 30 degree turning angle, and speed.

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