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    Default How To Ebrake Properly



    when driving a car, I can apply full brake.
    On a bike, I cant do that or wheel will lock.
    On a bike, I cannot use the front brake fully or I superman.
    Can anyone explain how to ebrake properly?

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    In real life. Simple, don't ride in a manner where you end up having to e-brake, basically going fast.

    If you're talking about e-brake during your 2B lesson, just brake gradually like normal and you will eventually stop without flopping about.
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    Quote Originally Posted by coutuser View Post
    when driving a car, I can apply full brake.
    On a bike, I cant do that or wheel will lock.
    On a bike, I cannot use the front brake fully or I superman.
    Can anyone explain how to ebrake properly?
    You need to do intermittent e-braking (simulate ABS) so as to prevent locking. For most bikes, the distribution of braking between front and rear should be heavily geared towards the front, e.g. 80/20 or 70/30. Rear wheels tend to lock easily for some reason.

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