Additionally with trendy slack bikes, specializing in leaning the entrance wheel moderately than turning it, and conserving bar strain as impartial as attainable so I do not oversteer if I lose traction, actually helps. Most of my nook crashes are from shedding just a little traction, oversteering, after which washing out or going over the bars sideways when the tire grabs.
One thing I’ve discovered to be useful is asking myself, “what would occur proper now if my entrance wheel misplaced traction?” as I am using. If my reply is “I might hit the deck” I will regulate my middle of gravity for the subsequent turns. If the reply is “I might slide in a managed method” I do know I am doing issues proper.