It's a habit you need to get into now because it does help in turning and balance when you are going faster.....sooner or later you will go faster.BTK said:Is that helpful when riding or turning??? It almost pushes your knees out
BTK said:In the pics we were practicing turning then standing the bike up for emergency stops. I didnt know about the toes pointed in thing but I was told to not "cover" the brake. Just in case of a panic situation so I dont lock up the rear tire.
That's a great way to learn :beer:BTK said:No but my husband was an instructor in Japan. He doesnt teach anymore but he is helping me and kinda letting me feel it out right now, doesnt want me to feel rushed or pushed. When I am ready for something new he gives it to me. He tells me what I am doing wrong in a constuctive manner, I feel so good about riding because of the support
FT Benning. If they do let me know that way we all ride together....BTK said:It would be easy to meet in Brunswick. My husband "BigWill" from the 1000rr site has been talking to a guy that is, I believe, on the same base you are on. They are talking about meeting up this coming weekend. LOL! What base are you on again??