Ok we have had heaps of posts about breaking technique, cornering methods and some of the more expirenced riders have even done pop quiz tests. Now its time to work on the experiences. Real deal accidents broken down by what they have done wrong, what they could have done and how it should have been done from the start. First up (Reference 1.0) [media=youtube]YYl9-2NxV8k[/media] Seems like an ok line, so what happened? (Reference 1.2) [media=youtube]9RPCHhFrJQ0[/media] Seems though this was not the right time to overtake? Could/should he have rolled of the throttle and onto the wrong side of the road? (reference 1.3) [media=youtube]FZi4UYP7uNE[/media] dont know probably too much front break? what do you think. (reference 1.4) [media=youtube]kGdU6ypYXD4[/media] Watch the speedo 77 to 93.. I think he powered on too early? (Reference 1.5) [media=youtube]pFXJmkqzdZ8[/media] mm maybe he didn't shift his weight enough and the bike leant over to much? (Reference 1.6) [media=youtube]UOvIgvtDKl4[/media] Seriously I dont know what happened? rev's sound the sames as the overbikes..maybe cold tyres! (Reference 1.7) (what did he do right!) [media=youtube]asR05qM_R3U[/media] rolled power off and decreased his angle of attack.. is that what saved him? So what do you guys think, lets break it down and learn from their lessons.