That corner is notorious for moto wrecks. There must be 100 utube videos of them right there.
Oh I know, I subscribe to rnickeymouse's YouTube page and I want to hit Mulholland Drive if/when I make it back out to CA. Most of the crashes I've seen though were rider induced. These just seemed to be road induced.
It's the change in Tarmac- as soon as they run over the new darker Tarmac, which is either slippery or not as even, it unsettles their bikes, and their rear tire breaks traction. You can see their rear tire start to wobble after they pass over it.
Thanks. I was trying to figure out if it was the front or back end that got out of sorts first. Since both wheels seemed to handle the patch ok while they were on it I thought it was the road surface after. Even in HD you can only see so much. I thought since a lot of bikes and cars hit that spot pretty hard the road surface might be starting to ripple like it does at a stop light in areas with heavy trucks traffic.
2014 Indian Chieftain
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