Brian:Brian said:All I see is a little white box with a red X in it.
I've got to upgrade my system! :x
[/quote]The problem is that the file is 98k. You either have to wait for it to download, or right click that little white box and click on Properties from the droplist.. Then you can copy the URL and paste it in the Address window of your browser and look at it at the source.
It sounds like a lot of work, but it really is easy.
Well, he's clearly not on the brakes (no brake lights.) I'm sure he went in too hot, and he probably chopped the throttle, which would also cause the front end to dive. Plus, not unlike myself, he's a big guy; he's already handicapped with the front end always dived.allwalk said:I don't know if it a member from this site or not but what I see is the rider went into this corner a little too hot thus having to apply brakes ( looks to me like the front end has dived) and increasing his lean angle.
It's not really about tossability. I'm not sure I'd exactly refer to the 650 as tossable, anyway, but that's a different discussion.Pete said:The 650 is tossable - I don't think he's in too hot at all. he's covering his rear brake. what's wrong with that? he looks ok to me - seems like his eyeballs are on the prize. The right side is the highest side - no sparks there - but maybe some tupperware shavings...
For starters, the sparks coming off the rear end.Pete said:Dragging? Why You Say?
Center of gravity's one element, but so are other aspects. Among other things, the 650's got a huge wheelbase, which takes away from flickability.At speed the big burger has a low pivotable (?) cg.
His face should be looking through the turn, not ahead.His torso and face were looking ahead (good and bad maybe).
We can see a huge portion of it. It goes down to almost nothing immediately past the curve he's got immediately ahead of him.Who knows what the trend in shoulder pavement is?
No maybe about it. Compare the angle of his torso to the angle of the Givi. He's pushing the bike down.I wouldnt say that that photo is an example of anything except a person going around a fun corner on AN 650.
Cross controlling? Hmmm. Maybe - however this isn't a Laguna Seca Track pic either.
Nor did I say it did.Pete said:a lardy doesnt automatically become unsettled due to a touch of the hardware. - heck some folks have shaved off the tupperware.
I was talking about technique. It's still poor technique to simply shift only his eyes, if that's indeed being done.You can't tell where his eyeballs are.