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So i was just riding my bike around and it came to me that i have no idea how you warm up the outside of your tyres if you wanna knee drag or something. any 1 know or is this a silly question. Because in my head if i lean that far over i'm just going to low side because they are cold????? Plz help
 

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The entire tire warms up as you ride, not just the tread in contact with the road. You can do a weave to warm the tire up a little quicker when it's cold, but a short run at M road speeds will do nicely.
 

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Heat dissipates to the whole tire; there is no insulation between central and outer part... Forgive me being mean, but if you ask this kind of question, leaning is not for you.
 

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Heat dissipates to the whole tire; there is no insulation between central and outer part... Forgive me being mean, but if you ask this kind of question, leaning is not for you.
OK sorry i shouldn't be leaning a bike ill keep note to slow down and turn the handle bars to turn
 

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Nothing wrong with asking questions brother but if you are that new to a motorcycle or especially a sport bike I would suggest a safety course at a minimum. Learn proper riding position, slow speed maneuvers, proper clutch/brake/throttle control, and get some seat time before trying to scrub the edges of a tire, riding wheelies, or dragging knee. All will come in time with comfort level and confidence with and on the bike
 

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Heat dissipates to the whole tire; there is no insulation between central and outer part... Forgive me being mean, but if you ask this kind of question, leaning is not for you.
Heat dissipates to the whole tire; there is no insulation between central and outer part... Forgive me being mean, but if you ask this kind of question, leaning is not for you.
Forgive me for being mean but the guy is obvs a new rider still learning, then an arrogant prick like you takes advantage of it to belittle him
 
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