Join Date: Jan 2020
I Ride: 2012 zx6r, 2011 CBR 1000
Oh duh, lol. It needs a lot of work for sure. I've got my butt off the seat but I'm not hanging off where my arm is draped along the tank and I'm kissing the absent mirror. In fact my BP must be pretty bad because in another session after my crash I let the bike go wide, and rode through grass twice. Looking back at it I believe now that I didn't apply enough counterweight and lean angle proportionate to the amount of throttle I was trying to come out of the turns with. (if you guys could bare watching another video of my riding, I can post the double grass run off video too lol)
I've been watching Life at Lean videos too, and MotoVudu, and anything else I can find on youtube or read about. I'm soaking it all up bit by bit. But nothing will help me incorporate it substantially as more track time will. This next track day I think I need to push aside my desire to blindly go fast and really learn more about dynamics and control and feel.