Like when your really charging hard into a corner, braking late to try and make up some ground do you:
a) Slide as far back in the seat as possible and brake to keep more weight over the rear tire to decrease its endo tendencies, squeezing that tank with you legs and thus brake harder, while still tucked? (feels less controlled to me), say, after the kink down the front straight at mission
b) Maintain your position in the middle of the seat and brake while upright (not tucked) - Can't brake as hard but feel more in control (to me)
I guess I'm asking several things:
Do you slide back in the seat when you brake hard?
Do you start braking while still in a tuck?
With the above two questions in mind, do you shift your weight over while still braking and tucked (if you do #2)? Or do most of your braking then shift over?
Am I just kidding myself as a novice that I can even ride close to the limits of the bike?
Just would like to prevent any more antics like the ones I had on the final lap of my race course!