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Quad bike cornering

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Andie0, Jul 25, 2013.

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    Hi members just wanted to ask if anyone on here owns a quad bike and have you got any tips on high speed cornering as woth all my weight to the side of the turn i still feel like im gna flip?? Thanks
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    Sit on the corner of the seat on the inside of the turn and lean your body right over. Quad bikes just want to roll when cornering especially with your weight being high up. So you need to get your weight low and counter-balance the side wards force.

    Have a quick google, sure there's a few bits on it. I don't advise going beyond your capabilities and what you feel comfortable doing, they're lethal things. I flipped one and its not nice. Ill stick to two wheels for thrashing off road.
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    I ride this on road it very rarely goes off road as have road tyres on it! Do you reckon widening the rear track will help with stability! I just gta leannnn more i suppose just doesnt feel like it has enough power also to give me abit of drift to help get round corner wish i went for raptor
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