What is the proper technique for braking?

1 Answer:
  • eugene lee
    You need to quickly and firmly squeeze on the brakes, but don't stab as that might lock the wheels. Increase brake pressure rapidly, but if the wheels lock then you must instantly relax the brake pressure a fraction, then reapply. Do not jump off the brakes, it's just a fractional easing, and then instantly reapply.25 mar 2015
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    stopping front wheel tramp

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