Training info is (C) Malcolm Palmer. He asserts his right to be identified as author under the Copyright Design Patents Act 1988 & may be quoted only as part of a post in the Visordown bb by another board member. Author should be contacted for written permission before any other use, storage, transmission or recording, by any means.
Read my mutterings:
Nil Satis Nisi OptimumHalf of what I say is meaningless.
Sidecar operators manual.
...never brake, allways more gas.
I think it depends on the articulation of the side carIf its fixed . . .
How on earth do you stop one at traffic lights and such?!
So given BB's explaination - in theory it could high side uder heavy braking
No on a staight..brake hard, bike pulls to the right, counter with a steer to the left, car lifts and only has to go above the COG to cause a flip. soft springs on the bike and no suspension on the car would also encourage this?Also depending where its attached it could also affect the front or rear braking bias needed.I'm starting to think that sidecars do actually make the bike inherently dangerous
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