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tap on the front brake, open full throttle, corner bike to opposite of desired destination, n drift ur way out of danger >_ !SAFEST!

 

LOL good one! My advice, go practice fishtailing your phantooom. Go find a quiet road wif no kepo ppl around, throttle n brake hard. But do it gradually as u get more n more comfortable till it fishtails. After a while u will know how to control it in such situation n know what to do, whether to let go of brakes or control the skid without locking your handlebars. Even if it locks, is it possible to counter steer n throttle out of it. (this one abit advanced but it can be practiced n developed)

 

Wear safety gear like knee n elbow guards if possible.

U guys need to learn to test the limits of your braking n handling to improve your riding.

 

As u get more n more knowledgable n gain more experience from it, u will ride better n safer. Trust me, i do this to all my bikes. N too many times i've saved myself cos of the experiences i gained from knowing the bike's limits n mine too.

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LOL good one! My advice, go practice fishtailing your phantooom. Go find a quiet road wif no kepo ppl around, throttle n brake hard. But do it gradually as u get more n more comfortable till it fishtails. After a while u will know how to control it in such situation n know what to do, whether to let go of brakes or control the skid without locking your handlebars. Even if it locks, is it possible to counter steer n throttle out of it. (this one abit advanced but it can be practiced n developed)

 

Wear safety gear like knee n elbow guards if possible.

U guys need to learn to test the limits of your braking n handling to improve your riding.

 

As u get more n more knowledgable n gain more experience from it, u will ride better n safer. Trust me, i do this to all my bikes. N too many times i've saved myself cos of the experiences i gained from knowing the bike's limits n mine too.

 

I fell quite badly on one such "practice" and since then I dare not "fall" again. I don't know if its good in a way that I go slow ... don't want to face fast braking again

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Go slow and and even when u brake hard u wont fishtail. Even if u do it wont be as bad. And try to keep calm and control ur bike while fishtailing. Firstly posture is impt. Grip tank. Try to keep handlebar straight. And pls dont practice fishtailing. Things will turn ugly. Ride safe bros!

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Simplest method is simply not to ride when the conditions are not favourable, e.g. wet roads, dark skies, going to rain anytime, etc. Learn to get off the bike and take bus.

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