• thinkbiker


We must always weigh up the risk vs gain before going for an overtake, picking the target vehicle off when they have slowed can mean we can use the acceleration of our bike to pass more quickly spending less time on the offside of the road.

We can also minimise the time spent in an offside position by already selecting the the most responsive gear for the speed, making observations Over-Under-Through (OUT) other vehicles to gather information to build our plan yet not committing until we are certain we have sufficient space available to complete the overtake.

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