JSince he is a professional on the bike, "Aspar" has always run
in small displacements: 50cc., 80cc., and 125cc. Of all
modes your driving style departs quite a bit from the traditional
on these bikes. The normal thing is to sit quite back and so
low as possible, fitting on the bike without going off the hook.
Jorge was the first of the 80cc riders, to move a
little butt to get off in curves and rub against the
knee in the ground: it is better to note "where" the asphalt is and always
You can support yourself with the knee brace on the floor so you do not fall
they skid the tires ... They also sit higher and ahead,
loading the weight on the handlebars enough to give
more grip on the front wheel. In general, your driving style
It is a bit closer to the one used by the 250cc riders. Y
500cc With all this, "Aspar" can give gas before the exit
of the curve and leave accelerating when your rivals are still
in full tilt.
Anyway 80 and 125 can not be carried as a
powerful 500 in what the most important thing is to accelerate soon to
leave each curve. Here you have to brake very well and knock down a lot.
In fact, it's normal for curves to go faster
80 and 125 than big bikes !. It's complicated to really take
fast a small motorcycle, although if you call yourself "Aspar"
everything is easier.