[The Debrief] Part 5: Underrated or Overrated?
I’ll be discussing popular and/or controversial topics in our sport and scoring them as underrated or overrated. Part 5 covers, using data, pushing on the outside peg for traction and the rear brake.
Our sport suffers from a problem of information overload. On forums and social media, we are often inundated from all angles with advice and information – most of it subjective, some of it plain wrong – on every possible topic. Everyone and their mother seem to have an opinion on what techniques to use, what vehicle or specialized equipment to have, even what tire pressures or suspension set up to run. In this new video series, I’ll delve into some of these hotly debated topics and give you the breakdown on whether they’re Underrated or Overrated. Part 5 below covers (1) using data, (2) pushing on the outside peg for traction (3) using the rear brake and thumb brakes.
I’d love your topic submissions for this series! Share your requests here, leave a comment below, or send me an email.
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