Category Archives: Cornering

Corner… stone

Welcome to another article in the BST© (BrakeSteerTurn) Series. In this edition, we are going to focus on very aggressive riding and racing techniques, rather than our usual tact of club, avid and casual riding techniques. If you have been … Continue reading

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Tyre and Suspension Basics

Though the video is specifically titled, “MotoGP Basics Tyre & Front Suspension” this short tutorial is a very good dynamic explanation of both the vertical (gravity) and lateral (radial or centripetal) forces acting against tyres and wheels. These same forces … Continue reading

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Trailing it Off…

Welcome to the next article in the BST© (BrakeSteerTurn) series Dem’s da brakes chum The rear brake on road bikes are a bit mis-understood in my opinion. The following basic information will hopefully clear up some of the misconceptions and … Continue reading

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Countersteering: An Absolute…

The second ‘how-to’ in the Brake Steer Turn (BST©) series. Lately I have been reading up on road cycling articles and watching cycling videos on the subject of bike handling and descending skills. Mainly as a rider and former moto … Continue reading

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