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its actually not the Tail of the Dragon. its Shady Valley aka The Snake

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nice shots!! i am in love with some of them bikes.. i just bought my first bike last week!
 
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sweet

Sweet TJ,
I am shooting some bike riders soon, I hope I get good weather like you did!
Well done with this series, it tells a story.
 
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The guy on the blue Ninja is quite slow ... he gets off the bike fine and is in proper body position, now he needs to pick up his cornering speed an additional 10mph and get the bike lower. Considering the GP rubber he's running, he's got a LOT of speed left there and if there's any public road in the US that you can run many corners at track speeds due to unrestricted vision, the Dragon is it.

I've dipped own into the 9 minute mark on my 929 at the Gap. I ran a high 10-minute in the wet.

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i don't think u can go that fast/low on a ninja 250 :tongue:

thanks! i might be headed back to this spot this weekend.. its only ~30 mins from where i live
Quite the opposite .... small light bikes do very well at the Gap. There is such a thing as too much power and if there's a road that would point out poor power delivery, poor throttle response, or too much power .... the Dragon is it.

Bill
 

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