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zmike

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Posts: 79

zmike says:

Onrushing bends

Grade yourselves:

a) I regularly read the vanishing points of the onrushing bend and use that info to accelerate or brake accordingly

b)  A bend? I take a cue from traffic ahead and then vow to pass them all on a straight bit of road.

c) Am fully alert for signs to the "Stavros Kebab Van" that can't be far away. Cup of splosh and a greasy dog.

Yes, I am bored.

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  • Posted 3 years ago (24 August 2012 22:32)

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jaffa90

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Mar 09

Posts: 9018

jaffa90 says:

Don`t rush your bends,

unless your on a circuit,take your bends with slightly more power but never touch your front brake.

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James600zx

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Posts: 2860

James600zx says:

Apparently.

You can't possibly tick (a) unless you've had advanced training.

:tongue:

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babyblade41

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Posts: 7586

babyblade41 says:

I generally

shut my eyes, keep on the gas and hope for the best:tongue:

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