Once again,very unfortunate about the tragedy of this accident
What I'm saying,to hopefully clear it up,is that individual interpretations of things differ,hence my suggestion,go to a HD dealership,get hold of an owner/operator manual--READ IT--& draw your own conclusions--again,check out the driver safety course that your State offers or mandates--sf,the answer is very clear to me! learn what the hell you're doing before you get on 1000 lbs of metal,soft,hard,whichever before you get out on the road--there is only one person looking out for you out there & that's yourself
It's all about experience & that comes slow--it ain't magic,nor can you buy it w/ a credit card. PS I'm not sure I'm following your idea of "tires being used up"
stockingfull wrote:Fred, nobody's asking you to do "free" research for me. All I'm asking is whether HD clearly warns its riders they're gonna lose the bike in a turn before the tires are used up.
Let's not forget: a rider and his son are dead here.
Either there's an clear answer or there isn't. Apparently there isn't.