Biggest thing I noticed was the abrupt movements on the bike. Your lines and body position as a whole could improve, but are looking pretty good. You do a good job of setting up before the turns (with your butt), not resting in the middle between L/R switches, etc... but, you are making the bike get a bit squirly when you move around on the top of it, and also when you set your body position for the turn.
EVERYTHING has to be real smooth. Being on your toes more may be part of a solution to transitioning smoother, as it makes it a little easier to move 'ballerina like'.
As far as setting your body position goes, one thing I like to try to get people to do is to raise your upper body up when on the brakes. This is something that was pounded into my head at Freddie, but it took me a little while to really feel and appreciate. One thing this will do is allow you to SMOOTHLY lower your upper body into the turn. Also, it will help prevent you from doing what you, and many other riders do... brake for the turn, then automatically set your body position to lowest position, which is really only beneficial once you get close to the apex, and on the drive out. Really over exxagerate raising your upper body when practicing at first, almost locking your arms, so you can really get a sense of what it does. This along with realizing that there are different body positions for different parts of the turn (variations of the body position) should help you smooth things up a bit!
Last edited by SuzukiGurl; 10-31-2007 at 02:16 AM.