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Evening Ride

Went for a spin. it was... dark. :P     

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Unplanned Pagoda Ride

Part 1. https://goo.gl/maps/mR11Eot5GQhviGBH9 Part 2. https://goo.gl/maps/ySmVCrBY1jRrs1gf7   Ride home... I made a mess of things and kept ending up on 422. lots of cool roads but east became south and north became west constantly so I can't really map it out

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How PAMSP Screwed Up 2020

for those wondering what the hell happened to PAMSP and why PA has 0 motorcycle training this year... AKA why we got screwed... https://pamotorcyclist.com/2020/04/28/pamsp-offline-how-we-got-here/ Quoting the Original Below because sites like this sometimes disappear... NOT MY CONTENT: Copyright 2020, PA Motorcyclist, all rights reserved. PAMSP Offline – How we got here While COVID is certainly on our minds now for the past 35 years a small group of highly trained, Nationally Certified Professionals have been teaching motorcyclists of all levels of skills and experience how to identify & mitigate risks, protect themselves and their passengers and how to improve their skills via...

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Sneaky Little Road

short little clip with a lot of potential lessons.The first turn is a sneaky bastard. over 90 degrees and usually has gravel washing down at the exit. i've actually spun my car there ages ago thinking i was Colin McRae. Even though usually 15mph marked turns are just fine at a little higher speeds, this one isn't.Lesson 1: don't let the signs and what things look like eat up your margin for error. There's always an unexpected something (in this case a couple unexpected somethings) behind a blind corner. The other sneaky bastard on this stretch of road is around...

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Oh No! I'm not making this corner!

Oh No! I'm not making this corner!

Any time you watch rnickeymouse on youtube, or look at killboy's pics, or any other motovational media, there is always a crash that is completely preventable. The "got scared, gave up, straightened out" crash. Where the rider gets spooked, thinks they're not going to make the turn, and goes straight.  The Problem We've all done it as newer riders. Come into a corner with too much speed (and probably incorrect line) and mid corner realize we're not making it (or have more turning to do). We with our primate walk/run/climb brains aren't very good at leaning and leaning too much freaks us...

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