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post #58 of (permalink) Old 03-13-2013, 12:03 AM Thread Starter
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Originally Posted by Snowolf View Post
Additionally when advising others; especially new riders, veterans have a responsibility to give the best and safest advice so these riders progress safely and on a manner that allows them to develop these skills with the ability to handle it.
That's fine as long as it doesn't cross the line to giving false information. As I said, I scorpioned on a flat cat track, which I was flat basing on because you need speed, as you said.

I'm not looking for tips on how to wrecklessly bomb a run on a flat base. From my perspective, I can't even safely get speed to make it up a flat section on a flat base, yet I see others not only doing that regularly, but also bombing. Which suggests to me that it's possible to do reliably without spilling. That's the reason for the question.
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