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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-14-2005, 10:12 PM Thread Starter
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I went out on a ride yesterday with three riders who all started riding late last season, so they were slow in the corners... so i took my time followed em and just concentrated on moving side to side smooth without upsetting the suspension, and also on getting my inside shoulder nice and low to help get the knee out. It was great 30 miles of all corners... got it real smooth and at the end i passed em and put it to use seeing how it all came together.. i got a bit faster and felt the bike got much more stable which will only make me faster... overall learned at lot.. prob the most in a day since the MSF class.... If you wanna learn ride with slow ppl and concentrate on form... GREAT GREAT DAY of riding

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If you feel obligated to hang with the slower riders then make good use of it. Work on smoothness! Smooth is fast!

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Yeah, smooth is fast. That is why Super is so F'in fast!!

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