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Old 2002-10-03, 03:06 PM   #16
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GILD wrote:
> mike, i'm curious, why the need for 'smoother' turns?

Two reasons:
1). In my ignorance I assumed that if I followed tips to ride "smoother" I would also be riding in a more controlled way and find it easier to stay in my balance envelope.

2). I was trying to define the part of cornering that my academic question referred to, that is to say the ongoing cornering, rather than the initial (often jerky for me) start of the corner.

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corners, turn

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