Discussion in 'Motorcycle Talk' started by james1300, Jul 27, 2012.
Modern textbook positioning would suggest you don't want to drop your inside shoulder. As you can see it closes the upper body and does not easily allow the hips to be open into the direction of the turn. If you are not locked in this will lead to a classic crossed up position at higher learn angles.
Balls of you feet, not toes on the pegs. Camel toe was almost in the right position though.
Never trust a girl that can't get the right size pumps ;-)
That said, thanks for sharing James. I will be smiling about slender ankles in cheap hoop earrings for the rest of the morning.
How is this motorcycle related. I did not see any bikes!:scratchea
What, there was a bike? :scratchea
James, thanks for the inspiration to go hit the curves. 8)
Dot target fixate and turn your head to the area you are turning and the bike will do the rest.Thats how I was taught.I know there is more to it, but it comes along with it.Dont come in the curve too hot and dont lock the rear wheel up.
Why is she in hi heels and a bikini top.Shes hot but it takes away the focus.LOL
She gave me a bit of target fixation in my pants.
That's a funny looking kitchen.
Whats the story on the prison Tat on her left handcrackup:
I want to hear about that too:mfclap:
I can thank you now.
This guy is boned if he ever comes up to a right hander.
I have a swelling urge to ride now.... Thank you