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post #4 of (permalink) Old 06-22-2008, 05:15 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks guys, I actually grabbed a pin and paper to draw this one out. Your responses were right on with what I was thinking. It seems that this is what "taking the right line" is all about. I initially thought there was a hard fast answer, but it's relative and while there really is NO RIGHT LINE, there are certain lines that would allow you to be faster or slower...and that is still relative to your riding style.

Nero...It makes sense that if you take the first corner exit and keep tight opposed to swing outside as much you would position yourself to be on the outside of the second corner. Probably to most practical for us not pro riders/racers.

THIS THREAD CAN BE CLOSED UNLESS ANYONE ELSE WANTS TO COMMENT. I FOUND THE ANSWER I WAS LOOKING FOR...THANKS NERO, THANKS CABANA

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