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I’ve had to deal with tar snakes with a passenger. Not fun for either one of us. I was doing about 60mph on a backroad, didn’t see the snakes on the curve till it was too late. I just pushed through them and didn’t panic. I could feel the back tire slipping on them.
Idk if it’s just the state I’m in but dose anyone else run across not potholes but literally like speed bumps in the road? It’s like joints of concrete and blacktop just buckling up like quite a tall speed bump. Can’t barely ever see them because they blend in so good I’ve had my bike kick sideways due to them. When you hit them in a car you wouldn’t even realize how big the things are but on a bike some will buck you out of the seat.
Ime tar snakes are worse with dual sport tires that have knobbies. The difference between the coefficients of friction are much higher with knobby tires than with street slicks or what have you.
I avoid them if possible on my kawasaki enduro or i try to go over them at an upright angle and not overly leaning
Why are some of you vloggers on YouTube just reposting each other's content inside your own video. Is it to deal with YouTube changing their pay terms? Kevin's tar snake vid is still up, and can be watched. In this one you did seconds of intro, then it was his, and I'm assuming he approves this. I've seen lots of other crossovers recently, and videos poster every day instead of once a week or monthly, all of a sudden. I'm actually curious.
Oh and tar snakes, unless they are fresh, it is raining hard or the road is frozen... Is more of an IN YOUR HEAD PROBLEM. Like running tires low, but the rubber is still there. Will it slip on a warm sunny day because my tiny center tread grove is thin. YEAH they'll in fact stick better, but your head says maybe not. Tread groves is to deal with rain, dirt, mud, small gravel. On a clean road, constant rubber sticks better than rubber and void air spinning (race slicks BTW). That in not to say ride on horribly worn tires because it will rain.
Tar snakes are still one of those things that keeps me on my toes whenever I'm riding and it's raining.
I've had a few close calls coming around bends and losing the front end for a brief moment. The first time it happened I tensed up and put a foot out which made the bike wobble a whole lot more.
The second time I was more relaxed and just let the bike self correct and carried on riding.
So I'll be the the one to say it, make your own video, man. I come to your channel to see you, not MC Rider. I'm already subbed to him. All the information is there, make it yourself. This is just lazy. You're probably monetized as well, ugh.
I've been riding on dirt and street since I was about 8 or 9 yr's old. I'm 64 now. I can't remember a tar strip on the road ever giving me a problem and I don't think I have ever known any rider that has.
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