Sunday, April 10, 2011

motorbike riding

Riding in strong winds can be daunting and dangerous but learning this simple technique will help bike control and free up time to anticipate problems.

The easiest way to control a bike in a crosswind is to apply pressure on the inside of the handlebar closest to the direction of the wind. In other words, if the wind is blowing from left to right gently push against the left bar. At the same time as doing this, use your bodyweight to keep the bike going in a straight line.

All this technique does is put you in a position of advanced anticipation.
You're ready to increase the pressure on the bar and lean further into the wind when strong gusts try to push you across the road. Look out for gaps in hedges and field gates where the wind is likely to be stronger.

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