Originally Posted by Scriber
This is a great video to diagnose the riding mistakes this guy made. So...what could he have done to keep his bike upright?
I think that is a good question. Unlike it seems a few people here, I have been in a corner when I misjudged the corner and my skills and the bikes abilities and things started going pear shaped.
You often here people say "lean more and it will go round".
The reason I think this guy came off though was he couldn't physically lean the bike more - the frame looks like it grounded and unloaded the wheels.
As an armchair critic and with the benefit of hindsight I think what he could of done at that point in the story was shift his weight more - ie hang off the bike on the inside to compensate for the limited lean angles the bike itself could do. (I wasn't there though. And I have low sided at low speed myself so I am no expert.)