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Hey ThumperTalkers, checkout my latest off-road motorcycle riding video tip on the proper techniques necessary to navigate rutted corners with speed, control, and confidence. Of course, if you have any questions, hit me up in the comment section below and I'll do my best to answer. Please be patient, I'm at the track and events a lot, but I'll do what I can! How would you rate your skills in tackling rutted corners? What's giving you the most trouble? Brian Garrahan http://garrahanoffroadtraining.com/
I have been struggling this year with rutted corners. Yesterday while messing around a bit I found that if I sat farther back, actually on the bump of the seat (this puts the front of my pelvis inline with the back of the foot pegs) the bike would rail the rut most time effortlessly. I was always told to sit almost on the tank... is this a sign I have my bike bike setup incorrectly for me. Or is that just the way it should be? I am riding a 2015 crf250r. 102mm sag. 165psi in the forks. If any of this sounds like I have something wrong and should make any adjustments you feedback is greatly appreciated. Thank you.