When the motorcycle turns, the body will tilt to the in […]
When the motorcycle turns, the body will tilt to the inside. At this time, the shoulders are relaxed. The body is clamped with the thighs and knees. The eyes are facing the direction of the curve. The body is inclined to the inside of the curve. The body is clamped with the knees and thighs. The body moves to the inside of the curve, and the weight is supported by the inner pedal. This posture is often used when the turning radius is large and the motorcycle speed is high.
Another posture is that the motorcycle body is inclined to the inside of the curve, and the body is inclined to the outside of the curve. The action method is: clamping the motorcycle body with the knees and the thighs, pulling the handlebars to the inside, keeping the upper body motionless, so that the motorcycle body Tilting to the inside first, this posture is generally used when the radius of the curve is small and the motorcycle speed is relatively slow. The most common posture is that the person and the motorcycle are inclined together, and the inclined body and the body are in line. Regardless of the tilting posture, the movements are naturally rapid.
The straight line before entering the curve will decelerate and brake, and the throttle will be closed. When you are in a place to turn, use your foot to step on the inside of the curve, and the motorcycle body begins to tilt. At this time, add a little oil to bend at a uniform speed. When you exit the corner, start to increase the throttle to accelerate the corner.