The biting. Sunday morning with wonderful weather and the usual roads ridden. A little moisture here and there and near new tyres.... A formula for disaster- maybe. Deans marsh to Lorne was sedate, tyres scrubbed in and warm. In a great mood, very happy and appreciating the wonderful weather. So, I wonder to myself - what do I need to do to get the most out of these tyres? I think back to my enduro days and the relearning process - the re-education of one-selfs habbits/styles..... To become better and faster you need to change the way you ride to get to that next level. So, leaving Lorne and heading down the GOR with warm tyres - I go through my changes. Attack, aggression, calculating...... The bike is large, wide and heavy and is all about weight transfer. So, letâ€™s transfer weight. Enter the corner on the edge of the seat - breaking heavily - pitch into the corner - drop the weight all the way to the inside of the corner - THE BITE - driving out if the corner, leaned further and actually feeling the tyres bite the pavement - feeling the rubber so gently peeling off of the carcass - the punch - the launch - perfect. This was my Sunday ride as I explored new ways or doing what we all want to do. Ride faster - ride safer - learn - and most importantly...... Have fun.