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Master of Braking

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  1. Army Tanker

    Army Tanker Well-Known Member

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    Toprak Razgatlioglu - Master of Braking

     
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    I live watching that kinda stuff, is beautiful watching a bike & rider working in harmony
     
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    normthenomad Well-Known Member

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    Not on my best day ever. The man truly is a master.
     
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    Army Tanker Well-Known Member

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    I'm scheduled to take the MSF-Circuit Rider Course at the Quantico MCB on September 2nd. I absolutely love that training course because it is offered on a huge training area, and a rider can attack the riding course as fast and aggressively as one can safely ride. Given that I ride a Cross Country Tour, when I hard performance brake at the end of a straight-a-way just before a curve, I won't be lifting my rear wheel in the air, but it would be cool as hell if I could back-in (drift) my rear wheel into a curve. That's not likely, though, but one can dream.
     
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