If you brake in the curve or not?
If not, what if you have to brake ? When an obstacle appears out of nowhere? If so, what brake? Front? Back? And in what way? Intermittent brake? Easy? Full?
There are indeed such as recently in the new KTM a curve with Bosch ABS which is not a problem, but what makes the rest of us?
Basically, you have to distinguish whether a brake is really needed. Often you can simply dodge by changing the radius of curvature.
Depending on the inclined position of the tire can bear more or less braking power. You only have a certain grip available and the more accelerates or decelerates is the more you get to the border at the you lose the grip. This is also greatly influenced by the inclination. The more oblique one is the less braking force can withstand the grip.
In a dangerous situation, so it is advisable to slow down in any case, only you have to know what you are doing and can not then start thinking about it. You have to react automatically, then you will always have the better cards. Therefore, it is advisable to practice everything. The best is feeling his way to the braking point, which gives to lock the wheel, slowly and without skew ran. Blocks the wheel – release the brake immediately.
Also, do not frantically hold on the handlebars, the grip comes in large part from the legs (legs together). If you have developed some feeling for the front wheel you can go about to make the braking in a turn to practice. Here I advise them but from braking to Block
This is all of course just for brakes without assistance systems!