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Steve Hunt  says:

Staff Blog: Nailing The Basics

With the sun threatening to finally breakthrough and bring back some semblance of normality to the spring climate, now is the time that most riders come out of their enforced hibernation and return to the road. But rusty riders on defrosting roads don’t always make for the best of combinations and it’s these riders that the California Superbike School are...

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Aug 02

Posts: 2319

Hedgehog5 says:


I quite often choose a section of road I travel frequently & practice it a few times without brakes... just every so often... after a while you can do it almost as fast as you started out doing it with brakes (OK, it's safer on a track... be careful & use your head)... meaning that when you go back to using them you know exactly the way the engine should feel &, in theory, you're even faster.

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Jan 13

Posts: 26

js70062 says:



Plural of apex is either "apexes" or "apices". You've used an apostrophe which denotes ownership.


Looks like you could use a basic English course as well.


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Dec 12

Posts: 12

huntyhunt says:


for the English lesson js70062. I would like to think that after the course I was owning the corners though ;p

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Dec 12

Posts: 12

huntyhunt says:


I think this is really good advice. The secret to a good corner is entry speed. If you can consistently plan and nail the entry then the exit should be a doddle.

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Oct 09

Posts: 39

Vortex52 says:


What a waste of time and money! Riding sensibly is dead easy and you don't need to lectured by this instructor who thing they know all....

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Aug 09

Posts: 178

busaman195 says:

Its about commen sence thats all,been riding for over 29 years.just take your time, easy.

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