Monday, September 25, 2006

Off camber

Riding off camber turns and trails is something I've been thinking about lately. This is an attempt to put it into pictures. Hopefully it makes sense and hopefully I've got it right.

This is bad:

This is worse:

This is good

This is better


At 1:23 PM, Anonymous Cory said...

That's a pretty decent illustration Ashwin. Off camber corners are the sketchiest things for me on a bike, if only because they don't 'feel' natural.

But, yeah, it's a good idea to lean the bike into the corner, hang your body over the outside of the bike (relative to the corner) and really work on finding just the right position, where you weight your wheels enough to maintain traction around the bend.

And remember to use your brakes as little as possible!

At 5:08 PM, Blogger Jeremiah Bishop said...

Cool post.
Also check out this little tip for riding off camber!

Lead with the down hill side leg. This sets up your body english so that the rotation assists your inside turns.

Simple but it works. JB

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