Went through the National Park after riding up Stanwell Tops, had an amazing time going through the winding road and back again, and just as I was pulling up to have a break at the lookout, came in a bit hot, started gearing down fast, and squeezed both the front and back brakes. The back slid out just slightly, so I came off the back brake and it was all under control again. So what have I learnt? 1. Sliding out the back was kinda fun 2. Weight transfer to the front means I'll have less traction on the rear, so whilst stopping aggressively I need to remember not to use much rear brake and 3. I probably need a new rear tire anyway. There isn't alot of tread left, so I will get that sorted asap.