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Old 12-17-2012, 05:28 AM   #21 (permalink)
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...I didn't react and didn't stiffen up....
I've found this to be the best - and most difficult - thing to do. Reactions or more specifically overreactions during little slides turn them into bigger slides or highsides.

Nice saves, though. I'd like to know what Marco did or didn't do.

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Old 12-18-2012, 05:33 PM   #22 (permalink)
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I've found this to be the best - and most difficult - thing to do. Reactions or more specifically overreactions during little slides turn them into bigger slides or highsides.

Nice saves, though. I'd like to know what Marco did or didn't do.
I agree, it is hard to do. It's like not falling into target fixation. I think what saved me at the time was my reading of Keith Code. He always preached that a bike can do just fine on it's own.
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I've come off ever way you can think and I've found just stay lose and let your arms act like take the shake you get throw it
Look where you want to go and not at the big stone gate post is a big help but as for high sides I'm not shore not saved one yet ��
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+1 Night Train. Keith Code's book was an amazing read and is highly recommended, even for seasoned riders. Survival reactions are instinctive which is why they're so hard to combat against or ignore.
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