anywhere before you turn......you using just front or Back too ????
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I've been told (repeatedly) that the way to learn it is to brake hard far too early to the appropriate corner entry speed and almost coast into the bend on a slightly positive throttle - when you speed that up the net effect is smoother.
you don't want the front end compressed as when it unloads in the middle of the corner it will unsettle the bike.....have the bike set before you turn......
Braking into the corners (or not) is a style thing, they have totally different approaches to riding a bike.
I have also developed this habit of braking right into the corner. I do sometimes think that it would help me to improve corner speed if I settled the bike first before peeling in.Once the corner speed is at a good level, maybe then go back to braking right into the corner.What do the experts think of this plan?
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