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yzfr6i last won the day on December 22 2016

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  1. This weekend is at STL Motorcars in Chesterfield Valley. It's going from 10am to noon. So everyone should stay dry.
  2. Aaaaaand.... More randomness
  3. Nine-time World Champion diagnosed with no fractures after hospital check up with further updates on Friday Tags MotoGP, 2017, Valentino Rossi, Movistar Yamaha MotoGP Valentino Rossi (Movistar Yamaha MotoGP) was involved in a motocross training accident at the Cross Club Cavallara in Mondavio on Thursday evening, and the Italian rider was taken to a local hospital for a medical check-up following the incident. Rossi was diagnosed with mild thoracic and abdominal trauma, with no fractures detected in any part of the body and no serious traumatic pathologies. A further medical bulletin will be issued on Friday, 26th May, at 12:00 hrs CET.
  4. Happy Birthday!
  5. STLAR rides haven't been the same since the sudden popularity of Groms and 300cc bikes.
  6. No. He's 6'11 That's also why he doesn't lube his chain.. Too far to bend over. Plus it was hard to find good examples to use on google image.
  7. Yes it is a trick question. Tire A looks very impressive. It's worn all the way to the edge, and he's even balling up the rubber. However he could also be someone who's poor body positioning causes him to excessively lean the bike. And the balling rubber. That's from entering the corner too slow and hammering the gas on the exit to try and make up time. Tire B looks rather boring. No where near the edge, but he is balling up the tire. Now there's a good chance that this guy actually knows what he's doing. His body position is spot on, as is his suspension set up. He can rail through a corner using minimal lean angle, and can get on the gas earlier and get an even better drive out of the turn. Tire B also shows that if necessary the rider still has room to safely tighten up his line. So in the end the correct answer is that you need to see their lap times to tell who's faster.
  8. Which one of these riders is turning the faster lap times? A. or B. And there is an acceptable correct answer.
  9. They have a video showing how it works on Yamaha's R1 page.
  10. I think the R1 is controlled by the computer. It senses when the front brake is being overloaded and brings in the rear to assist.
  11. I wonder if the M1 uses some sort of unified braking system like the R1. And that's why he stopped using the rear with Yamaha.