It's Friday left alone being cheap tonight let's pop in the twist of the wrist with some scotch, take a look and wait for them to return. Half-way through the movie it's time for a piss brake and a visit to the local forum to ask a question.
A few rules if I remember the first half of the movie correct:
ride at 75%, keep on gas, loose on bars, wandering view, fixed view vs exit focus, stiff steering, slow steering, unconnected body, stiff back, 50/50 traction balance, forcing bike and too many other things to think of. It's impossible to think of all the things you're supposed to do but an interesting thought crosses my mine: After a long tiring ride you're forced to find comfort wherever possible and also get sloppy or perhaps smooth, efficient and controlled.
If you're tired you search for comfort entering a neutral position, response is slowed, gaze is lazy, body searches for optimized result for energy input. When the body reacts a certain way subconscious neural responses for actions occur but that might not transfer over to fresh conditions. Obviously 75% of a tired rider is a safety concern unless it's at a level where it's safe.
- another piss break -
For the sake of natural riding would you suggest a new rider *if safe* go for a long tiring ride then laze their way through something technical. I assume the result would be better than taking a rigid ride to the local starbucks or exclusive group rides/local twisties.
Now that I've lost my train of thought what's your opinion on taking a long ride to the point you're exhausted searching for comfort and doing everything you can to be as efficient as possible perhaps being at risk and definitely not pushing yourself. For me I have a bucket list before selling my toys for a house and relations I want it all,
- cheers -