Whoa Stuart, please explain in better detail what you're talking about because what I just read is very scary.Stuart said:if you have proper padding even you can do it, it's just not suggested by me or probably anyone else here, the trick is, if you suddenly lose just a little rear traction and your bike slips, this would normally cause a lose side, but instead you use your weight on the knee to pop back up.
If you stay planted in your seat , and your legs glued to the gaz tank, I don't think anybody on any bike is able to knee drag. When racers do it ( and that's who amater knee graggers are trying emulate ) it's because they're hanging off their bikes and have their knees extended out from the bike.psycho messiah said:i dont think it is possible to. partly because you got stuff to hit the ground before your knee does and your seating poaition wont allow this to happen. im thinking of a harley when i say this. but this is whats in MY head. not yours.
play nice. and no i didnt. that was what i thought. not what it is. i thought i clarified that. and i tell people to get 600cc motorcycles only if they want one and i tell them to respect and feasr the bike. not to go out there and be big and bad because they got a bike. thats how the term "squid" was made.Stuart said:hey psycho messiah, did you get banned as soad, for all your expert motorcycle *CObUmGxHS* advice