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CÓMO TOMAR CURVAS EN MOTO CON CAPITAL RIDER - NO ES LA BÍBLIA DE LAS CURVAS PERO SI SALVARÁ VIDAS

Jul 09, 2022
Good morning,

capital

rider

s, please excuse me for how fast I am speaking, but these are not decent hours to be recording videos. At this moment, we are ready to start a new day of training and today I am going to bring you with me, very well,

capital

rider

s. Ryder, good morning, I'm Andrés López, and this time I'm going to invite you to join me for a day of training on asphalt, and today we're going to understand some very important concepts that I want to share with you because because you're accompanying me to a day of work, we're going to see and we are ready at this moment we are moving towards our meeting place with the pilots it is after 5 in the morning and in bogotá at this time the traffic is already like this for some of you it was very normal traffic but the truth is that until now it can start to get congested leaving the city it is the moment in which I have the opportunity to accompany them for a long time telling them something sharing something with you and the moment in which you can join us on the channel so if you are in a hurry then the time in which the video begins according to the content specialists where they will not have to listen to anything related to the introduction of our video but I am simply going to leave you the minute where the teaching begins this video will never be the bible of curves but we are sure that if it will save many lives it is the correct way to draw a curve for that we are going to choose a highly technical road full of corners with a lot of gear ratio challenges in the rev range and we're almost there so right now I can stay a couple more minutes with our friends with the subscribers with everyone who knows us through of social networks in Colombia in Ecuador in Peru in Chile in Argentina in Bolivia in Uruguay in Paraguay in Venezuela in the Dominican Republic in Costa Rica in guatemala in salvador in mexico in the usa in spain many many friends followers in spain who enjoy our content I send a very special greeting to all of you, good morning pilots from the capital, riders crazy for adventure and online riders, Andrés López greets you and in this At the moment we are at our meeting point waiting for our students of the day today we are going to have a road driving course aimed at pilots who are in our training program on the road from 0 to 100 and all road train this course has some objectives Very specific, as well as our face-to-face courses, they have objectives, they have a methodology and they have a structure.
c mo tomar curvas en moto con capital rider   no es la b blia de las curvas pero si salvar vidas
It also happens with our online tutorials, therefore this video that we share with you is not really a course, but I am going to invite you to join me to take advantage of this knowledge because we want to share with you today something very important that several of you have asked us for. I take this opportunity to give a very special greeting to our friend Nano Llanes in Puntarenas who took his online tutorials with us to Felipe Huilipán also in Santiago de Chile to Hugo Norambuena and his friends to Christopher to Ricardo This is a very special hug to you chile and we dedicate this video to you for all the online raiders who have taken their online tutorials with us and who want to complement the information of what they learned in their tutorials for today we have a very special topic and it is the correct layout of the curves for Talking about curves is a lot of information about what we handle in our face-to-face courses and online tutorials, but for today we have something very special dedicated to you and it is the correct layout, the perfect layout of each curve, and for this we are going to work on our two formulas for success that we have patented in capital ryder the first is the formula via projection inclination and acceleration and the second formula is the sf formula we would say that easily the a s formula tells us that all faults must be worked out by drawing those from the outside in, cutting them gently, reaching our apex only at the end of the a sf curve from the outside in gently and at the end what does this mean that we are going to draw the curves safely with all the precision regardless of the driving risk that we have, whether at a very sporty driving rhythm or a very relaxed driving rhythm, the most important thing is that it be a safe rhythm through a Take something into account and that is that drawing the curve correctly often depends on the geometry of the curve and the characteristics of the road, but without a doubt the formula of drawing the curves from the outside in, cutting the smoothly and delaying the arrival at the end It is something that applies in a circuit as well as in a road, whether it is a double lane or a single lane, it is that we can identify which is the perfect line and The perfect layout for each of the curves If you are a pilot who already has experience who knows how to do it very well, surely this video is not for you, therefore your comments on corrections and constructive criticism will not be received because we dedicate ourselves to to teaching and we know that what we are doing is being done well, but this video is aimed at all the riders who are starting their life on a

moto

rcycle, all those who have experience riding a

moto

rcycle but who do not have technique and who despite of the years and the kilometers they still have difficulties difficulties such as entering a curve and feeling that the bike opens and opens and opens to such an extent that we are going to lose the line that we are going to go out onto the shoulder or the shoulder or that perhaps we have the risk of encroaching on the lane all due to a bad line, we are going to focus on something very specific in the curves and it is the perfect line before each curve, that is, defining it correctly.
c mo tomar curvas en moto con capital rider   no es la b blia de las curvas pero si salvar vidas

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Before the line that is going to keep us safe regardless of the pace, regardless of the speed, regardless of the type of motorcycle we have, so I give you a very special welcome. everyone everyone who is watching this video thanks for your messages thanks for your likes thanks for your comments your good energy is what motivates us to continue with these online teaching videos I send you a big hug I'm Andrés López and I I welcome the route in the best style of those crazy for adventure online riders of capital riders see you first time what else because the moon of the day today the neighbors were good from caporal parking as valerón or greeting do to have them one someone argentine ignore colombian iván argentino for the adventure we begin at this moment with a brief rationale a brief introduction to what it means It means drawing the curve perfectly with capital driver that we are going to work on today we are going to work on the two success formulas of captain ryder these formulas have been studied by nasa scientists in many of the best universities and we are going to seek that not the patent In the world we take the opportunity to tell everyone that this formula is a great idea from Joana Rojas and me, so we are going to share our best kept secret in the layout of the curves, the via formula added to the a sf formula, what does this mean that from now on all the curves we are going to work them through the day with projection means that we are going to turn our head chin on the shoulder pointing our nose towards the exit of the curve we are going to work with inclination pressing the handlebars if it is a medium speed or lower the pressure of the handlebars is downwards do not get entangled with the counter handlebars or the counter this ring do not complicate my life please if you have to take a curve to l to the left, all we have to do is press the left handlebar down and if we have a curve to the right we are going to press the right handlebar down so when we work low speed or medium speed curves we are going to press the handlebar down down that will be the inclination press handlebar down we are going to turn our head with projection pressing the handlebar down and we have projection plus inclination and now we are going to work on the word acceleration after understanding the p of the pia formula and the y of the pierre formula we are going to work a little on the acceleration a which means that all the curves on asphalt we are going to seek to develop speed incrementally in an ascending way progressively that is to say from less to more from the beginning to the end of the curve and we are going to deliver this acceleration smoothly progressively unless we are riding at a very sporty pace and the opening of the accelerator the opening to the throttle is much more explosive, the ideal is that the entire curve is treated with progressive upward acceleration then when we are going to talk about the sf formula it means that all the curves must be traced from the outside to the inside that is to say that if we have a curve to the left we are going to enter through the white line, that is to say, from the right side and we are going to gently approach the inside of the curve if there is a curve to the right we are going to start with the yellow line that is to say, for the one on the left side, working the curve from the outside in will guarantee that we are never expelled from the curve by inertia by centrifugal force by the geometry of the curve within the formula a sf we also have a second letter which is the s that means the s the s means that the cut that we are going to make must be your bird s of soft smoothly it means that when we have a curve to the left like the one that is coming we go to go out towards the white line and gently we are going to approach the yellow line gently gently until we reach the yellow line that is the s of the a sf formula gently and now the f this is where many of us get entangled and I'm going to clear them and in the end it means that we're going to finish all the curves, we're going to finish off all the curves at the apex only at the end, we're going to reach the apex of the curve only at the end, how is that, the apex isn't If life is complicated with geometry, we are simply going to define that for this curve to the right our apex is the white line and I am going to reach it only at the end again we have another curve to the right we go from the yellow line to the white line and we arrive to the white line only only only at the end that's all now we have different signs look at this sign this little snake here we could say that they are double curves in the countries they change the names of things please and don't miss out spend correcting but today to make life easier for everyone we are going to say that they are little snakes so these little snakes are going to have a special job of acceleration of control of the engine of the work of the revolutions that we are going to see below for now we have finished our foundation of the two formulas that we are going to work on today projection inclination acceleration tracing the curves from the outside to the inside smoothly reaching the end and while we see them with this landscape we go through those curves to draw the perfect curve the first thing we have to do is identify the geometry of each of the curves and for this we have the signs that are located 50 to 100 meters before each curve, this sign tells us that it is a closed curve, that is, it will be first class.
c mo tomar curvas en moto con capital rider   no es la b blia de las curvas pero si salvar vidas
We went from the white line to the yellow line, arriving at the pencil is only at the end and when we get to the pencil and at the end we can accelerate with more confidence we have to always get closer to the api ce so that no curve is not expelled then how are we doing in your life at this time we are going to keep in mind that we have to work with the strength of the engine we are in second right now to give a motorcycle or 650 750 850 950 1200 that range is perfect then we are going to go up in second and we are going to move from the formula via projection incline acceleration tracing the curve from the outside to the inside cutting the smoothly and reaching the end in first gear we go from the yellow line gently approaching and finally to the white line and here we are at the white line and we accelerate with full confidence to 2a and we accelerate and accelerate but in this next corner there is no signal so what are we going to do we are going to appeal to the geometry allowing this corner to see about 20 percent so I can mark it so much in second gear the next curve that comes tells us that it could be a third gear curve but if we work under the gear ratio it dropped at high revs we are going to draw in second ye going from the white line to the yellow line and smoothly reaching the apex on the yellow line you're first it's a hook first yellow line and to the white line to the white line to the white line to the white line and when we get to the white line we can accelerate with more confidence and we can accelerate with more confidence we go from the white line we turn our head chin over the shoulder we press the handlebars down and gently we're going to keep our balance as we accelerate coming to the apex at the end that's it and the most The easiest thing we have at this moment to reach that apex is with our arms relaxed, we don't have to make an effort to do against the handlebars, we simply press the handlebars down and the motorcycle will gently give us the inclination that we need, therefore here we begin to draw line with line the outside line with the inside line next curve has no signal I can't see the exit it has a first class face because I barely see 10% of the curve of what is waiting for me then in first gear and we come here and we are going to try to close them more so that the bike does not open up in those first gear corners, it is very important that the bike does not open us ylaThe way to do it is with a very good first-class curve line, we go from the white line to the yellow line and we only reach the yellow line at the end, what happens if we reach the yellow line or the white line before, what if we're going to go off?
c mo tomar curvas en moto con capital rider   no es la b blia de las curvas pero si salvar vidas
I'm going to show you in a couple of corners that are safe where there isn't a truck waiting for me so we go from the outside to the inside again cutting smoothly and coming to the apex at the end and then again we go from the outside line to the inside line and we accelerate but I am going to get to the apex before here I am going to put the moment again wow I lose the curve so many motorcyclists lose the curves when the curve is over and it is because we reached the apex very quickly because we exceeded the acceleration because we did not lean our bike but if we are happy accelerating because accelerating is very easy then the risk is that if I get in too fast I will get into pencils again before and here I come here I come here I come I feel like it's coming out it's coming out it's coming out and that squeezed my buttock because I invaded the lane and I didn't want to invade the lane so here again we go from the outside in and again from the outside in and we're always going to be on the line in these little snakes we are going to dance from the outside in from the outside in so the law says to project the curve tilt by pressing the handlebar and upward acceleration upward acceleration progressively from less to more very well we are going to be more judicious with the line then we are going to play from the outside in the yellow line towards the white line and we accelerate and accelerate and accelerate with power in second we are going to put the six thousand revolutions and we go from the yellow line to the cost turn our heads press the handlebars and accelerate with confidence we go to finish the curves further in because otherwise we would be in danger next curve the sign told us prime curve where we put first at the signal first curve from the outside in cutting the smoothly smoothly we are going to reach the yellow line towards our apex only at the end at the end at the end at the end we celebrate with confidence because the bike does not have to open we put in first and we go from the yellow line smoothly smoothly we will reach the white line only at the end and we accelerate the second we raise the revolutions because this curve that tells us is second because we know it is second because the signs are for that to indicate the geometry of each curve and many times for many years we have never stopped to use these signals again the signal tells us that it is a second curve we go from the outside line to the inside line we are not distracted by anything we focus on our line and we are going to accelerate this we are going to trace it in third from the outside in, cutting smoothly reaching the yellow line and we open again from the external line in third gear towards the inside line and in the end we arrive and we arrive on the yellow line that is the perfect line of all the curves and there we can accelerate more this curve we can draw it in third gear and we accelerate and the next curve that comes we will also drawing in third gear turning our head chin over the shoulder from the outside in turning the head maintaining balance and reaching the apex at the end and accelerating the first turn of the throttle if we have doubts about the technique of the throttle I am going to recommend the video that we did on how to do a gas shot better explained impossible because really that video does explain technically how to do a gas shot and what are the main errors I am sure that at this moment you already have it completely clear however after this practice I am going to recommend that you take a look at it because it is one thing to see it before having practiced hitting the gas and another thing is to face this road and watch this video again culebrita culebrita first class and we continue in first class we continue in first class if we had a medium displacement motorcycle here surely this would be second class and if we had a low displacement motorcycle this would possibly be third because the torque curve and revs It is different, but in the case of motorcycles of 600 cubic centimeters and over, the curves that I am showing you are first class and that is where they will say oops and no, Andrés, but the engine is going to burst, not if we look at the technical sheet of the motorcycles bm w7 50 gs efe 850 g s r 1200 r 1250 g s educational of 50 ktm 10 90 12 90 11 90 10 90 7 90 rather all high displacement motorcycles that have a torque that starts at 60 newton meters and that they have maximum rev curves of up to 7000 8000 9000 these curves are totally first rate and with total confidence the key is to work low changes at high revs to have control ol from the university of motorcycles and never allow the bike to go under its own power this is a second straight at a high rev rate i.e. above five thousand before seven thousand and we can slow down a bit before entering the curve for what reason because we have engine braking how we achieve that engine braking by means of changes it dropped at high revs we have second gear and we have this second one at five thousand revs we slowed down and traced the curve in second gear and come back and accelerated in second gear so here we have another Control resource for the inertia of the motorcycle but this is first class the sign does not say so so let's go to first gear with a throttle from the outside in and from the outside inward curve from the first yellow line to the white line in my case curve first we turn our heads chin over our shoulders the yellow line towards the white line and we reach the white line only at the end and we accelerate we are going to turn our heads a little more and we go to put our heads into the curve we turn our heads and put it in and at this moment we are going to use the head as a rotational axis inside the curve that is going to improve our balance much more, we are going to feel more confident, calmer and with greater stability in the line of the curve that is to say that now we turn our heads and we put our heads in the first curve curve very well we are going to turn our heads and then we are going to put it and we are going to put it until we reach our apex at the end enjoy mother lavalle at all the rod that gives 10.1 to all recognizable guidelines that they give me and I follow it everything goes well for me this bad is followed but if I decide it is a perfect one now that she spent it passing from mother a moment to also disconnect from weeks one as all cool as I said very well dear pilots and with this we finish our video of the day we hope that everyone gets the most out of this training focused on the layout of the curves from the two formulas that we saw We use the formula via projection inclination acceleration and the sf formula working the curves from the outside in, cutting them smoothly and delaying the arrival at the apex at the end.
We hope that with this in their next rides they can put into practice what they have learned and at this moment they took the opportunity to remind you that those who use spotify or all the podcast platforms they can find are going to look for the capital ryder profile and they are going to look for a podcast that we did with joana called on the road and that podcast is going to allow them to go out and roll for a road hopefully curvy technique not a straight line like this this is not the friendly road and it is there put your podcast so that while you are driving you are listening to the instructions and we are going to remind you of everything we saw and much more of what we have just worked on this video see you soon a new video on how to do things on your own for us it is a great pleasure to share this knowledge with you and see you on the road and off the road a hug

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