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CW TIPS & TRICKS: Leaning Your Motorcycle into a Turn Tip #180 from the pages of The Total Motorcycling Manual.

CW TIPS & TRICKS: Leaning Your Motorcycle into a Turn Tip #180 from the pages of The Total Motorcycling Manual.

Motorcycles stop faster and accelerate harder when they're straight up and down, because that's when the tires put the most footprint to the road surface. Suspension components also work best in the pure vertical plane—leaning the bike over puts side loads on them, encouraging binding and frame...

Published on December 19 2015, 20:31
Source: www.cycleworld.com
 

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