Yesterday I watched "Ride like a Pro V" video and as cheesy as it is, it's not bad.
For those who don't know it, it's American and the instructor is a cop.
Interesting thing about it is that ALL of the bikes they and students ride are FLT -sized Harleys and... Goldwings! Holly crap! I was very impressed how easily they ride those pigs at low speed. (two people on the instructor team are small women).
Anyway, one thing he kept pointing out is, while performing low speed maneuvers, you are supposed to drag the rear brake a bit? That is something I do not remember they mentioned at PRS. What's the deal with the rear brake drag? Is this something that should be done perhaps only on those boats they ride? Or?