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Thread: How far we can lean our bike. Dangerous topic though.

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    Default How far we can lean our bike. Dangerous topic though.

    How far one can lean the bike to one side while riding while turning or riding zig zag.

    Because I saw a kid (not even an adult, but early teenager 13-15 yrs old) with pillion rider on Ferozpur road near janazgah.
    He was riding in zig zag manner and was leaning his bike too low on both right and left side.

    So much lean that the CD 70 silencer was touching the road while leaning to right side. I was amazed by some number of factors.

    1. Dangerous driving
    2. Wow, a CD can lean that much without slipping or falling down.
    3. How amazing are the tires. What quality and which brand. Etc...
    4. Maybe road was very clean and no sand. Thats why?

    5. Then how far someone can safely lean their CD 70 and especially CG 125 with which set of tires and at what speed have someone tried that.

    I know its a dangerous topic for some, but I think I am not alone asking this question. And it is not the question of responsible people who don't wanna seek thrills like this just to feed their family responsibly.

    I wanna know how far it can happen especially if I buy safety gear like elbow pads and knee pads. Good helmet. Good road.

    Objective : so to make better judgement and calculations while riding.

    I ride at high speeds most of the time. Been riding for 14 yrs. mine CG 125 2014 model while keeping the gead down to reduce friction goes 118 kmph on speedometer which is 110 kmph on GPS (iPhone)
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    How far we can lean our bike Dangerous topic though -1631184

    I think this pic will explain everything
    However tell us that at which angle you saw the rider leaning?

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    Bht ajeeb ha story. Once i was on my car and a quite aged man suddenly came from left in front of my car in about sports bike leaning style and this whole scene was totally of 2 secs .. And i was like what the ... Marega sala .. But he safely lean n get straight n yeh ja wo ja

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    Quote Originally Posted by elxlr View Post
    How far one can lean the bike to one side while riding while turning or riding zig zag.

    Because I saw a kid (not even an adult, but early teenager 13-15 yrs old) with pillion rider on Ferozpur road near janazgah.
    He was riding in zig zag manner and was leaning his bike too low on both right and left side.

    So much lean that the CD 70 silencer was touching the road while leaning to right side. I was amazed by some number of factors.

    1. Dangerous driving
    2. Wow, a CD can lean that much without slipping or falling down.
    3. How amazing are the tires. What quality and which brand. Etc...
    4. Maybe road was very clean and no sand. Thats why?

    5. Then how far someone can safely lean their CD 70 and especially CG 125 with which set of tires and at what speed have someone tried that.

    I know its a dangerous topic for some, but I think I am not alone asking this question. And it is not the question of responsible people who don't wanna seek thrills like this just to feed their family responsibly.

    I wanna know how far it can happen especially if I buy safety gear like elbow pads and knee pads. Good helmet. Good road.

    Objective : so to make better judgement and calculations while riding.

    I ride at high speeds most of the time. Been riding for 14 yrs. mine CG 125 2014 model while keeping the gead down to reduce friction goes 118 kmph on speedometer which is 110 kmph on GPS (iPhone)
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    I never drove my car above 120 km/h , that too on motorway only. Be careful bro may Allah keep u safe and sane!
    Leave sooner, drive slower, live longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by usama.shahid.1675 View Post
    How far we can lean our bike Dangerous topic though -1631184

    I think this pic will explain everything
    However tell us that at which angle you saw the rider leaning?
    I think 61 angle. Because his CD 70 bike SILENCER was touching the asphalt road from side way. And sparks were coming out of that silencer and spark friction. And i immediately checked whether his silencer was at genuine location or a little down. It was at genuine location.


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    Quote Originally Posted by bionix9838 View Post
    I never drove my car above 120 km/h , that too on motorway only. Be careful bro may Allah keep u safe and sane!
    Thanks for the prayer. I do pray before starting the journey and try to be safe. It's when the road is empty or long drive.


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    After this I think further discussion is not appropriate

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