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Out-in-out: one of the rules for a good turn
"... Approaching on the outside also increases the visual field on the respective turn, allowing the rider to effectively adjust speed, trajectory and avoid potential dangers. At the same time, this is one of the fastest ways to get past a turn, given it's one of the straightest and therefore, shortest distance one can travel. Don't brake in a turn In case you have to brake in a turn in the absence of unforeseen dangers (fallen rocks or trees, pot holes, stopped cars an..." Continue Reading →
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