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Hey guys,

Being a new CBR250R rider, I've been stalking the forum for a while now but haven't really made any real contributions here. I came across this pretty awesome vid today on cornering techniques and found it invaluable advice for a new rider:

Hope this will help some of us who got the Cibby as their first bike! :)
 

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That Vid is amazing ! I saw a YouTube clip of that vid the other day then downloaded the whole thing via a torrent file .

Well worth watching !
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I've watched it several times. Poorly acted, but really informative. I also have the book it's based upon
 

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I've watched it several times. Poorly acted, but really informative. I also have the book it's based upon
This is an understatement hahaha. It's hilarious how the guys act, but the information sinks in and is very useful.

+1 recommend this video + book to all the new riders. (Watch the video first if you aren't too keen on books).
 

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Amazing, which is what I was saying on another post. Vindication is sweet. Wahooo!
 

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Thanks for posting this video series. I just finished going through Proficient Motorcycling by David Hough. These videos really help bring the info together.
 

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Good book. I read it before I started going to the track this year. :)
 

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Thanks for posting this video series. I just finished going through Proficient Motorcycling by David Hough. These videos really help bring the info together.
I read Proficient Motorcycling (v2) and am reading "More Proficient Motorcycling" now. I think I'm ready for Keith Code's materials and Lee Park's Total ARC (Advanced Riding Control) books and class. I want to learn to be a solid technical rider, to understand the physics and engineering of what's
happening, and apply that to be a safer biker for many years to come. :)

Thanks so much for posting the video--I really enjoyed it!
 
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