A motorcycle has to turn, use counter steer (reverse steering), we talked a lot before, you should be no stranger, that is, including push/pull handles. To understand, the size of the force on the handlebars affects the speed at which the motorcycle enters the corner. The hard counter steer will quickly enter the corner. Gently push and pull the handlebar and the motorcycle will turn slowly. Different corners may require different techniques. The key to cornering is probably the route. The traditional drivers are accustomed to using smooth routes. Now the drivers prefer to enter the corner later, and the APEX in the corner is also bent.
You need to enter the bend point more precisely, turn it down quickly at the bend point, and the body falls down to a precise angle. This requires a powerful and reliable counter steer operation, which is not possible with soft hands.
The advantage of getting into the corner later is that the motorcycle needs to be down and the distance is shorter. You can use the time to drive the motorcycle more effectively, go deeper and then turn. Can improve the horizon, especially left turn. Look at a little more and then go out. But suddenly bent down, people are a little smotorcycleed. The good news is that the current tires are very strong and you have confidence in it.
Side hang: Everyone knows that the racer likes to hang his butt and rub his knees. Do we really need it? The purpose of the side hang is to "use your body and change the center of gravity of the motorcycle" to make the body as vertical as possible.
1. The contact area of such tires is relatively large;
2. And the stroke of the shock absorber is shorter;
3. The tire and the shock absorber and the body move vertically up and down, the efficiency is also relatively high, and the grip is relatively strong;
4. The body is relatively vertical, and it is not easy to wear the body when cornering. A little safer.