23. ♦ Rules of the BIKER

 
 

THE DANGER OF EXITING WIDE

Many riders try to straighten turns resulting in the motorcycle exiting the curve out wide.

This is a particularly dangerous practice as it allows no room for error.

If the curve ‘tightens up’ or changes direction the rider will need additional effort to complete the turn.

Furthermore, on right curves the risk of a head-on collision is greatly increased.



Exiting wide can result in a crash.

MOTOR BIKE SPEEDING

Turning in too early can result in a head-on collision or a crash on the exit of the curve.

MOTOR BIKE SPEEDING

PLANNING A SERIES OF CURVES

Starting curves wide and planning to finish them in tight allows you to link a series of curves together.

By exiting each curve in tight you will be perfectly positioned for the entry into the next curve.



Planning to finish in tight will position you for the next curve.

MOTOR BIKE SPEEDING