Training Wheel Hero
Join Date: Sep 2019
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I slowed a little more than I wanted to for corner entry because I felt like I was coming in a little hot on his tail, so I didn't have as tight of a line in the corner as I wanted. As I was apexing, I decided last-minute to try to take the inside line on him coming out of the corner instead of using the full track on exit. I believe that continuing at full-lean and trying to get on the throttle a little early is what lost the rear. I could definitely be wrong, but that's how I remember/see it :)
Being the first time that I've crashed and the adrenaline rush that comes along with it, I chose not to ride after. I wouldn't have been able to if I'd wanted to though as my right footpeg snapped off and I didn't have replacement parts (also wore down my frame sliders quite a bit, cracked the windscreen, snapped the fairing stay, ripped out my right swingarm spool, and roughed up the fairings a good amount).
Last edited by mike4king; Today at 01:09 PM.