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  1. The Sitting Posture on a Motorcycle

    by , 02-20-2014 at 08:37 PM
    The 'sitting' posture on a motorcycle is a compromise between either loading up the back or loading up the wrists. And this 'loading' is defined more by the relative position of the foot-pegs than the distance between the handlebar and the seat. The one other major contributing element is the front-end ride height.

    The higher the speed at which a certain bike is expected to travel through most of its running life, the more is the torso rotated forwards and feet moved backwards. This ...
  2. Handlebars and Steering torque

    by , 02-20-2014 at 08:22 PM
    I guess I am a trifle late with my inputs about motorcycle geometry but then seeing the kind of confusion prevailing on this thread, I believe this post is justified. Lets take a look at these elements in a way that is understandable to anyone keen enough to learn. I'll use technical terms only where there are no substitute words available.

    Motorcycle steering geometry has four principle aspects that have maximum influence over the bike's handling.

    They are: refer to ...