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TimR wrote: ↑
Sun Dec 02, 2018 7:52 am
tighten your sphincter
tense all your muscles
SPHINCTER RELAXES release vast amounts BROWN of adrenalin
There you go I have corrected that for you...
I think my most alarming rear wheel slip involved a cow pat at 60, 2 up on country bend, we stayed shiny side up thank fook...
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As stated, a bike travelling at speed is stable and will look after itself - hopefully it will find a grippy area again and it'll all be fine. "Do nowt, it'll sort itself out" is the usual motto..
If the bike keeps sliding all the way off the road you were knackered anyway unless you have mad offroad or speedway skills.
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