@Ferdinand FEEDBACK on first RSG/Ride Technique attempt. There is so much potential here! Ferdinand you have great movement on the bike and clearly have good control. The root cause of your concern at the moment is really only the throttle/RPM anxiety. Once you get comfortable in that, I know you will get RSG quite well! This is a very normal thing but it can be a very difficult thing to work through and it's important you don't rush yourself or be too critical of yourself. When you have ridden for years on the throttle only it is a very big habit to break! For you I suggest working on over coming that, and then later we will see your true "RSG action" and then we can work on getting closer for the GO. When you have ridden for years on the throttle only, it is a very big habit to break! For everyone else this is a GREAT video to highlight especially what happens when we "go" from too far back and how "preloading" or trying to "double action" steps can throw out timing and lose you traction. Key Learnings - When you "Go" too early and the outcomes, - Anxiety of RPM/ Throttle and Separation of Throttle and clutch in relation to that, - Focus on the process/technique and not the outcome. #RSG #feedback #throttleseparation #RPManxiety

Posted by Neil Price at 2022-02-10 08:53:17 UTC