Did you manage to smooth out the load transfer from front to back?
Are you holding the handlebar too tight?
First of all, I would like to talk about moving the load to the left and right, and turning right or left by operating the steering wheel.
The load moves from side to side by operating the steering wheel, but the timing of this movement is important.
When the brakes are applied, the load is moving forward, but the load that is leaning forward in this way must not be moved backward.
When I release the brake (release the brake that I stepped on), I start turning the steering wheel, and it is very important to do this smoothly.
The center of gravity when the car is stopped is the center of the circle, and when the brakes are applied, the load (center of gravity) that has moved forward is the radius, and the load is moved to the "right" or "left" in a circular motion. Achieves smooth running.
When releasing (relaxing) the brakes, the center of gravity should not be as close to the center of gravity when the car is stopped.
If you can summarize this point well, you will get closer to comfortable driving.
This "front to right" and "front to left" load transfer is the story of the front half of the circle.
The movement of the load is an image of drawing a circle, "from the brake to the steering wheel" and " from the steering wheel to the accelerator" to operate.
Moving linearly, but when performing these operations "Don't tighten your grip on the steering wheel".
~AdPower engineer staff~
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