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|02-13-2006 08:52 PM|
|02-13-2006 08:49 PM|
I wonder how many bones he broke on that highside. At least his forearm, that shit was bending in every direction.
That ZZR-250 is looking more and more appealing everyday.
|01-23-2006 12:29 PM|
|01-22-2006 08:52 PM|
|gixxermarine||Don't practice either one of these. They hurt!|
|01-20-2006 04:58 PM|
A high side occurs when the rear wheel slides, then catches, causing the bike to straighten up with dramatic force, flicking the rider over the bars, like a bucking bull.
Both falls can result in tumbling, but a low side is generally a "softer" fall.
|01-20-2006 04:49 PM|
|RyPkr_99||so a low side would just be laying it down and sliding. and a highside would be if it were to do any kind of a tumble?|
|01-20-2006 02:04 PM|
Highside: Turning left, bike falls, flips, ect., on rightside. The "high side"
Lowside: Turning left, bike falls on left side. The "low side"
|01-20-2006 01:52 PM|
What's a highside and a lowside?
I know they're both when you lay it down. But how do they differ and how does one cause them?