It looks like this guy gets an "I told you so !!!"
That guys name is Willy Makit.........To me that looks like a car tire, and they handle wonky in situations like that. I've heard Mr. Cain, who was the fastest 5th gen rider there, talk about coming into a curve to fast and sliding though on his engine guard and loosing rear traction and then telling about having to regain control by shifting weight to get the rear tire's contact patch to touch again to gain control again before sliding into the dirt. Anyway, I wonder how wonky a situation like that would be running a car tire.
In either case I'll be the rider stained his undies.
Just found out on FB, that he did have a CT, his contact patch did leave the pavement, and he crashed ... wonky !!!
If I were fishing, I would have posted this on the General Forum, so it could be moved to the CT forum.C'mon guys, he's fishing. Don't take the bait!
You say he crashed, Bullitt says he didn't. Just like every other Darkside debate, there are detractors and protectors.Just found out on FB, that he did have a CT, his contact patch did leave the pavement, and he crashed ... wonky !!!
P.P.S.I,are your friend.If I were fishing, I would have posted this on the General Forum, so it could be moved to the CT forum.
In this case I'm providing real examples of the dangers of running a CT on a m/c !!! Although this guy is way out of control in many ways, really fast riders up there will change their lean to gently place their airborne tire's contact patch back onto the pavement. Imagine trying to do that with the sharp edge of a CT !!!