Moto GP Racer
Join Date: Mar 2007
Thanked 197 Times in 143 Posts
Feedback Score: 9 reviews
Here's a good way to tell about your head and upper body position. On your last pic, draw an imaginary line that splits your bike in half (or hold the edge of a piece of paper up to the screen). Notice that your head is on the high side of the imaginary line. Like Dem said, you can work on putting your chin right over your inside hand. That will pull your whole body down into the turn. If you practice on the street, you should be able to see your face in the low mirror if you are in the right position.
I also thing you have your feet out too far. You will hear people say to put your foot on the outside edge of the peg and use it as a pivot. I don't like doing that becasue it sticks my toes out too far, even with rearsets. I ride on my toes, but I also pull my feet in as close to the bike as I can.
Generally you look pretty good though. There are always little thigns to play with.