The folks at have been putting these info graphics together for a little while and they're pretty cool. Take a minute to scroll through. Whether you're a seasoned pro and super green beginner, it never hurts to reinforce the basics. As the saying goes, "jump for show, but corner for dough!"

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  • fivetwotwo

    12/10/2012 1:28 PM

    This really does help. I had horrible cornering speed and I was doing everything wrong.

  • Samantha_Willich

    11/18/2012 11:06 AM

    for some unknown reason cornering is my strong point i have been told by several riders i have awsome corner speed i watch how the pros corner and have picked it up.

  • Blackopsrider7

    11/15/2012 2:03 PM

    This where it gets interesting, I started out riding dirt-bikes, then started riding street bikes. i kept telling my street riding buddies that they need to ride dirt-bikes so they have confidence in case the bike slides, after a while now on the street I go back to dirt and the street riding experience is invaluable, I look way further into the corners than before and much better on throttle control when riding riding dirt...I don't have to blast every berm(sure it looks cool but that is about it) as carrying momentum is more beneficial!! Definitely recommend riding dirt before street, but if you have been riding dirt, don't assume you know everything there is to riding, take street based course, invaluable and could save your life!!! Point of my is good to cross train!!

  • bayodome

    11/16/2012 1:23 PM

    I don't ride street, but a buddy of mine does and has been doing so longer than he's been riding MX. Considering how long he's been doing motocross (5-7 years I believe), his corner speed is really impressive...far better than my own. He attributes that to street riding as well.

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