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BrianF
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Taken with Canon Canon EOS REBEL T2i

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Your technique really isn't that bad. Your are not leaning the wrong way or anything. Looks like a decent sport-touring position, but not sport. So, your body position looks proper given the bike.

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Shoutout to my wife for taking this pic by the way. Pretty good for a woman who knows next-to-nothing about photography.

Normally I would have much better technique and would've been going much faster, but this corner was dirty and there's a 1000 foot cliff down to Stinson Beach on my left. Either way, a nice way to spend Christmas.

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Since you ask the question....in an ideal world, you should perhaps have been a few feet further right (from photographers perspective), in order to get a fuller view through the right-hander. That would have enabled you to get on throttle much earlier because you had a better view of the exit.

But none of us get every corner right, and there's nothing bad in what you do there.

Looks like a pleasant road...decent tarmac, interesting views. Perhaps one day I'll get to ride that road.

Ride safe.

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