Its so easy to accelerate up to 80km but try stopping, not so easy... I just went out to try out some e-braking on the bike and had a few questions: every time I braked I created very long skid marks on the road. This is likely a problem with my tyre pressure right? I was stopping from 40-50km only... I've done emergency stops in a car at 60km and I didn't see any serious skid marks. I'll admit that I haven't checked the pressure once, so I'm going to buy a gauge and get around to that. My front brakes would also screech every now and then I assume this is the wheels locking up? I couldn't really tell because I kept locking up the back wheel and the bike would weave side to side. What's the deal with the back break? I would barely put any pressure on it and continuously managed to lock it up even from 40km/h. Any tips on how to approach emergency braking? Its so much more difficult than a car with ABS when you can just stomp on the breaks. I'm worried about locking the wheels and coming off. Should I be looking to gradually build up the amount of pressure I'm putting on the breaks after many trials? how do I tell if I'm about to low-side? If I'm practicing some long sessions of emergency braking over a few days is there a good chance that I've worn out my tyres or any other braking parts?