If you watch real closely and listen at the 0.02 second mark his kickstand clicks the pavement. That upsets the rear which also upsets the front. As for line choice if you watch further into the video he may have been a little to early for the "turn in"and about the point of where the bike comes to rest looks to be tha apex of the corner if you follow the yellow stripe in my opinion. But from watching other rnickymouse vides that could be a double apex turn as well.
Lots of action on that corner. Some folks do it well and others get it way over their heads.
Yeah, don't hate on a fellow junkie, he just made a mistake.I just got back from Malibu, saw this video, and realized this is the same guy we were talking to today at the Rock Store. Seemed like a cool guy.
just incase you thought i was tryna hate on himApparently none of you guys have ever done anything wrong on your bikes, the way that you're criticizing this guy. You must have been born knowing how to back it in.
I still don't see anything wrong with his line, why wouldn't you take the inside of the corner again?
:lol:No it's not a chase, read the description of the video.
I doubt it was the kickstand, but I could definitely hear and see the peg touching.I didn't hear the kickstand, but his front tire definitely lost it on the paint stripe with the limited traction that paint gives. You can see the skid marks start on the paint.