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If you're somehow heading for a cliff it's best to let the bike go
"... The web forums are full of real stories about riders who could not avoid collision altogether, but who have trusted their brakes more than the poor advice to lay down the bike when the situation gets critical. And they made it. Since probably 99% of pilots are outridden by the bikes they're on, it makes more sense to trust the stopping force of the motorcycle maneuvered skillfully than to lay it off, and thus, forfeiting the chances of actually slowing down as fast and as muc..." Continue Reading →
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