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by jer r1
Nov 26th, '18, 18:16
Forum: Latest Information
Topic: happy birthday JerR1
Replies: 3
Views: 76

Re: happy birthday JerR1

Cheers matey, can't remember the last time i saw my track bike, but will be seeing plenty of uncle Jack tonight👍
by jer r1
Nov 5th, '18, 10:12
Forum: There are no stupid questions
Topic: Training and test
Replies: 3
Views: 230

Re: Training and test

Jed is good, he was at Paulton near where i live years ago. We both new the same riders when we were teenagers but never each other. Glad he's still training riders as he has a very calm way about him.
by jer r1
Oct 23rd, '18, 16:13
Forum: Other Biking Events & Biker Friendly Places
Topic: Santas on a Bike = Sat 1 December
Replies: 13
Views: 1543

Re: Santas on a Bike = Sat 1 December

Son's getting married that day, think I'd better go there.
by jer r1
Oct 23rd, '18, 15:50
Forum: Ride Outs
Topic: Four Counties Rideout - Sunday 28th October
Replies: 27
Views: 2158

Re: Four Counties Rideout - Sunday 28th October

Will be out and about in Wilts & Dorset with AAMC, so our paths may cross 👍
by jer r1
Oct 21st, '18, 15:38
Forum: There are no stupid questions
Topic: Can you force leaning into corners whilst (front) braking?
Replies: 48
Views: 3509

Re: Can you force leaning into corners whilst (front) braking?

Why would you need to brake mid corner. If you've taken in the available information, got correct position, gear and speed and know your exit there's no reason to brake.
by jer r1
Oct 21st, '18, 12:16
Forum: There are no stupid questions
Topic: Can you force leaning into corners whilst (front) braking?
Replies: 48
Views: 3509

Re: Can you force leaning into corners whilst (front) braking?

Braking should be done before dropping into corner. If your braking then you have less grip left for leaning, it's always a play off between the two. Was told by Spike Edwards not to add braking just push bars harder.If your problems are road based then get some advanced training and learn to read t...
by jer r1
Oct 20th, '18, 17:31
Forum: Ride Outs
Topic: RTTB 2019 - Sunday June 16th
Replies: 25
Views: 720

Re: RTTB 2019 - Sunday June 16th

billinom8s wrote:
Oct 14th, '18, 16:50
What ya got?
Same old at the moment, looking for something more old git friendly.
by jer r1
Oct 19th, '18, 16:55
Forum: There are no stupid questions
Topic: Going up Porlock hill two up
Replies: 29
Views: 645

Re: Going up Porlock hill two up

Is your pillion experienced, could be pulling you wide.
by jer r1
Oct 19th, '18, 13:16
Forum: There are no stupid questions
Topic: Going up Porlock hill two up
Replies: 29
Views: 645

Re: Going up Porlock hill two up

Running wide is usually caused by turning in to early and target fixation when you start running wide. The fjr is quiet stable at low speeds even when fitted with panniers.
by jer r1
Oct 16th, '18, 15:31
Forum: Ride Outs
Topic: Late notice Rideout Saturday 20th October
Replies: 17
Views: 799

Re: Late notice Rideout Saturday 20th October

I'm still in Westfield.
by jer r1
Oct 14th, '18, 15:00
Forum: Ride Outs
Topic: RTTB 2019 - Sunday June 16th
Replies: 25
Views: 720

Re: RTTB 2019 - Sunday June 16th

Track bike should be going to Llandow, not sure what road bike I'll have by then.
by jer r1
Oct 14th, '18, 09:14
Forum: Ride Outs
Topic: RTTB 2019 - Sunday June 16th
Replies: 25
Views: 720

Re: RTTB 2019 - Sunday June 16th

But what if it's wet, can't commit without a full weather forcast as bike may get some road grime on it.
by jer r1
Oct 8th, '18, 15:55
Forum: Ride Outs
Topic: Possible Cotswolds Run and lunch (Sun 21 / 10)
Replies: 33
Views: 1106

Re: Possible welsh up / down / sideways and lunch (14 / 10)

I've alaways got a shitty dark cloud over my head.
by jer r1
Oct 8th, '18, 14:54
Forum: Ride Outs
Topic: Possible Cotswolds Run and lunch (Sun 21 / 10)
Replies: 33
Views: 1106

Re: Possible welsh up / down / sideways and lunch (14 / 10)

Quite possibly in for this. The misses is away at weekend for future daughter in laws hen do.. Will see if big Mike fancies a day out.
by jer r1
Oct 8th, '18, 11:42
Forum: Mechanical
Topic: Shiny Bum
Replies: 6
Views: 347

Re: Shiny Bum

Stick ( quite literally) a dirty pair of under crackers on the seat you'll be ok for the wall of death then Larry.