A Twist of the Wrist I: Motor Cycle Road Racer's Handbook by Keith Code

By Keith Code

A Twist of the Wrist I & II.

Heres every little thing you want to effectively enhance your driving, beginner or veteran, cruiser to sportbike rider. This ebook comprises the very origin abilities for any rider searching for extra self assurance while cornering a bike. Notes and reviews via Eddie Lawson. Foreword through Wayne Rainey.

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HavingenoughRPshasthe effectof opening up the track, making it appear larger. lf this beginshappening, y o u rs i g n atlo e i t h e rc h a n g eR P so r t o f i n d m o r eo f t h e mi n t h a tt u r n o r sectionof track. lf it breaksor lf you haveanotheryou can easily doesn'twork,you don'tgo anywhere. With onlyonereference point' or car,it lf youfind that yourattentionis fixed becomestoo valuableand necessary. Thatone becomesvery valuableto you andyou over-useit. Youdependuponit for too muchinformationand mightbeginstaringat it.

Youdependuponit for too muchinformationand mightbeginstaringat it. Youcan becomeslightlylostwhen it no longerletsyou knowwhereyou areor whatto do. lf youfind yourattentionbecomingfixedon one RP,you needto f ind anotherin the areaso the "movie"will smoothout. Theselittle stepsleadto the majorchangesyou will maketo get the bikearoundturns f a s t e ro r w i t h m o r ec o n fi d e n c eR . P ss i g n atl h e p o i n t so n t h e t r a c kw h e r e y o uw i l l m a k et h e s ec h a n g e s . Reference points arepartsof that chain,one linkdependinguponthe nextfor strengthand a continuousflow.

41 CHAPTER SIX Decisions Decision-Making: ReciPe for Skill I'm always talktn'to mvself outthere on the track. I can get outside of mYself and look at what l'm dorng and sometlmes, if what is going on rsn'1;ust right, I get mad at myself. Theact of ridinga motorcycleamountsto puttinga whole stringof decisions into motion. You don't do anything automatically or without making a decision. Theymayspendonlya matically" nickelor a dimeof theirattentionon this decision,but they'respending something. Noneof thesethingsis "automatic,"but onceyou havemadea decision, it costsyou lessattentionto do it.

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