Looking better on body position.Better?
I included a pic (pretty obvious which one) from my first mountain experience about a year ago. Some of you may remember me asking for advice. Boy, did I ever get it! After a year of reading, practicing, and riding, thanks so much for helping me improve! I still have "miles to go", so to speak, but I've come a long way and had fun doing it! I know I need to work on lowering my upper body closer in towards the mirror. Anyway, thanks for all of the previous advice, tactful and not. It all helped improve my riding!
Just keep in mind the more you lower your upper body the less of a site line you have in being able to see the pavement and other things ahead of you. As your skill increases and the lower you lean using track body position vs the position I have in my avitar have huge differences in what you can and cant see.
In the end it becomes a personal choice / compromise between sight lines (safety) and lowering your COG to get as much corner speed as possible.
Oh and I hope your practicing those late apexes