Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Somewhere. Wherever.
I alternated between various CTís and mts on the rear. I wonít do CTís anymore. At low speed and an uneven surface they are brutal. If you arenít paying attention it can mess you up.
In cornering, the bike will need to lean further to maintain a curve. I know this seems backwards, but it isnít. In a lean, the contact point will be much closer to the inside than with a mt. You will need to lean further to compensate. The result is you will scrape more.