November Riding Tip
November riding tip: Sometimes it's faster to stand in the beginning of a corner and sit at the end. If the rut fades away early in a corner this is a good technique to keep speed and get traction as your coming out. As the rut goes away and becomes more flat, you can sit and get better traction. The start of the corner is like an extension of the straight and as the rut goes away you transition to the seat and compress the suspension. Time that transition as you hit the flat part of the corner so you have traction as you go through and out. Again this applies when the corner starts with a short rut entering a corner then goes away around the halfway point. This is a fast and seamless way to go through a corner with a short rut and not only that, it's easier.
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