***FACEP:ANT CITY & Corner turmoil...dammit!***

***FACEP:ANT CITY & Corner turmoil...dammit!***

Post by scr.. » Sun, 30 Jun 1996 04:00:00

    Just when I thought I thought I was improving, and all those pointers I've
read about in the past two years of my dirt existance seem to be flowing
out of some part of me deep down without my knowledge, WHAM!!!    I'm playin'
the facedance game... on rocks.  ALL thanks to that wonderful TURN IN TRACK
that I thought, "ha! I Can hold that!"    However, my front wheel fails to
comprehend the elementary fact that we're supposed to adhere to the surface
below and not ***LY BUCKLE INWARD and JAM my gut into the now leathal
barend.
                          HELPHELPHELPHELPHELPHELPHELPHELPI      
         I don't usually run off the outside of the track when I dive, but if
the front wheel doesn't do a 90* pivot, I'll klip the inside tree.
         How do the pros extend the inside leg in a turn? I will do an
emergency clip-out and hop on my inside leg when I cut it to tight, but I
thought dropping your inside knee, or at  least opening your inside thigh
would help to shift your weight into the turn.  Upon extention of the leg
will it not snap off at the hilt?   I can only perform this at  slower speeds
with out recompressing my leg bones.
            TIRE PRESSURE ADVICE?
             TIRE RECOM.?
               ANTI-SPAZZ TIPS?
                 KNOB DIRECTION?
                   I AM A LOSER ON SANDY TURNS
                     WEIGHT SHIFTING?

           Thanks for any and all.....

         -young guy (28) with a "not paid off yet, plastic loaned, worth
every friggin penny, I know where my priorities are "  expensive bike