99% of the riders on this forum are either street or track riding. In those environments, you MUST counter-steer. On the track or fast street riding you MUST lean your body as well or you will start dragging hard parts and crash. This parking lot nonsense is just adding confusion. I could care less about how fast I can zip around cones.
This is a great point and it got me wondering "So, what exactly does a street fight look like over by you" because I'm starting to think it looks nothing like the ones by me.
Case in point:
One of the fights we have start at the Southern Sea Point in Manhattan and ends at the IHOP in Queens - involving streetlights, double parked cars, slow moving bread trucks, a wino walking against the red, murderous taxi cabs, on ramps filled with sand/broken glass, the LIE filled with potholes and usually an Audi TT that wants to race you by drafting on your tail light on the Cross Island doing 95mph. Last one to the parking lot pays for pancakes.
So in short, a friendly inner city Cafe Race, over a large 30 mile obstacle course.
So what does a street fight look like over by you guys/gals, cause I am seriously curious?
Is it a meet at the moutains (closest one by me is 3 hours away)? Is it a midnight drag race behind an abandoned warehouse? Is there a secret membership to a special location or something? A guy pulls up at a light and gives you the evil eye? I've never been challenged in the streets before (except when I had my LT1 Camaro in Orlando but that is a whole nutter forum)