jont- wrote:And yet at another point they talk about the hedge line /might/ tell you where the road goes, but ignore the 7.5T truck showing quite clearly there is /a/ road there
My thought was 'access road, truck likely to swing wide turning out'.
GTR1400MAN wrote:It's difficult to judge the offsiding without on bike footage.
I did the highly technical video analysis technique of putting a piece of paper on the screen
It aligned the rider's head with the field side of the hedge.
GTR1400MAN wrote:I'll be a bit controversial though and say that the majority of offsiding (as opposed to straightening) I see riders do is often flamboyant, 'look at me', actions and within the posted limits of little benefit.
Not controversial with me. One of the trafpols who helped out with the 'L' training was a 'double One', cars and bikes. He said that, on one of his advanced courses, they kept within their lane, no offsiding.