Question for the community/#askneil... What's the best way to get power to the ground when accelerating uphill in slick (in this case, wet leaves) terrain? 1. Wide open throttle with all modulation coming from the clutch 2. Progressive throttle + progressive clutch (what I did here) I see a lot of guys just roll smoothly on the throttle in low traction scenarios and it works. But it seems like high level riders are always hard on the throttle from the start, even when traction is low--so they must be doing all the magic with the clutch. Thoughts?

Posted by Caroline Kent at 2022-12-04 03:17:36 UTC