By your description you are doing a few things wrong. Just one butt cheek is all you need. If your knee is locked on the seat it should be on the side of the tank instead. You should also be able to remove your inside hand without upsetting the bike, mid corner. If you can't your body position is wrong and you have too much weight on the bars. Try moving only one butt cheek off and move your upper body around the tank.mr_600RR said:nice dude.... you must be really flexible cause for me to drag my knee, i need to have my entire but of the bike and have the back of my knee locked on tehe edge of the seat. unless im doing something wrong :S
Countersteering is a short action: Pressure - release. Once the bike is turned, you don't need that pressure anymore and the only thing you need to hold onto the bars for, is controlling the throttle.mr_600RR said:well i always counter steer with my inside hand..... so obviously im doing something wrong if your saying i should be able to remove the inside hand off the bars mid corner. mind you i only have 1 track day under my belt.
mr_600RR said:s it better to work on body position doing slower laps? or should i go normal pace?