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    That must be a nice problem.



    I've never had a bike that would wheelie down a straight, so I was definitely not considering that.

    Plus... just to clarify.

    I would not recommend moving back until the corner is finished, otherwise you could have trouble finishing the corner.

    I only move back at the very end of the corner... and only if there is a long enough straight that I need to tuck.

    At Loudon, for instance, I only tuck the front straight.

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    Siiiiick dude

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    When you slide back, you move the center of gravity back towards the rear wheel. Get too much weight over the rear axle and the bike is gonna want to spin about the rear axle.

    Case in point when this bozo decides that a good way to look back to see who is behind you is to stand up on the pegs on the front straight at full throttle. hmmmmm.

    Oops!

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    All photos here as follows:


    Day One

    Day Three

    Day Four

    Day Five

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    hahaha. HBerry has some funny pics. I don't even remember you taking most of those

    OH SO FUN

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    It's my secret Ninja photo taking skills!

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    Get that knee out!!

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