Somebody on these forums says "UFDA" happens, my term is less politically correct.
[QUOTE=ride57;912518] The "weave" works.[/QUOTE]
I've been riding for almost 40 years. Your description of your event is certainly not foreign to anyone who rides.
I think of myself as a pretty smart guy and not smart enough to know everything so I took a beginners motorcycle course with me girlfriend last year. She is a beginner and I thought taking the motorcycle course together was better than dance lessons. I have to admit, I forgot a great deal and I'm glad I took the course.
I've never heard the term "weave" before. I wanted to assume you were talking about collision avoidance techniques but I have a suspicion you are talking about something more specific. Collision avoidance techniques to me mean transitional braking and steering through with target fixation prevention. You know, don't ride into what you see but ride to where you want to be.
I'd like to read your definition of the "weave".
This is where my good inner voice says, "good it wasn't worse".
Bad me says, "suck it up buttercup, it's only your knee and you have another one." I can say that with all sincerity and kindness because I'm Canadian and play hockey and Don Cherry is the next Messiah.
Just kidding. I am glad you posted your comments and look to you sharing your opinions.
This comment is appropriate of late, Merry Christmas and stay WARM.