My guess is that those few shots were corners that he wasn't pushing it too much...when he has his knee down the posture looks better. Also, the higher handlebars give the arms a less familiar track rider appearanceAwesome, vivid shots. Question for you coming from someone who has not yet been to the track. You look a little crossed up in some of those shots, like you are leaning your lower body correctly but the shoulders are leaning a bit the other way.
Know idea what I look like going around the curves. I would like a track day soon.
Those are nice shots, looks like you had a blast! One thing I notice is that even without a ton of lean angle, the pegs are so close to the ground. Did you find you were grinding the feelers a lot, or did you remove them? Thanks for posting these...
Thanks for the reply, Vern. Do you find the pegs themselves rubbing at times even after the feelers are removed?I can answer that one. It will be necessary to remove the feelers from the pegs as the lean angle increases, especially at a track day. I don't ride terribly hard on the street and I drug mine a few times before I removed them. Having said that though, the more you can get your body, both your butt/legs and your upper body off of the bike and to the inside of the turn, the less lean angle you will have to use for a given speed radius corner.