I could only make it through the first 5 min, but here is some actual riding feedback:
* Your brother(?) is very crossed up in every single direction change shown in the first 5 min of that video. There are conditions under which a bike is easier to control with that type of body language, but the conditions in that video do not meet that criteria. Neutral BP would have probably been sufficient for everything in the first 5 min.
* Your sight lines are terrifying. All it takes is one small thing you couldn't see and you would have been fucked.
* Several times you manuvered very erratically. This is bad because people in cars have a hard enough time figuring out what we are doing. If you throw in going 30-40 mph faster than them, and no apparent signaling you might as well be completely invisible.
Here is why you are getting this type of feedback (at least from me):
I hate logging in here and reading about a fallen rider. If you stick around here long enough you will see a patern emerge. People who ride the way you were in that video and refuse to change it, eventually get fucked up or dead. I would be willing to bet that most of the people who commented in your two threads would be more than happy to go with you to a track and help you understand how little you actually understand. You say you have been riding "a long time" there are people in this thread with ~1 million miles on bikes. Humility man. Give it a shot.
Oh and for fucks sake please change https to http when posting a YouTube link. I hate having to click twice.
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