HOW TO BACK A BIKE IN
Backing it in always looks cool. I tend to try and keep it to a minimum but there is so much you can do with engine braking to make it easier. The best way to get the bike backing in is to go down the ‘box several gears with the clutch in, then release it to cause the rear wheel speed to lock up – this is because the front and rear wheel speeds are drastically different, so the rear is trying to overtake the front. You can control the extent of the slide by altering how much clutch you release. Always start small and build up slowly, preferably on a wide part of track where you’ve got space to run wide or pick the bike up if need be. Have fun, but stay safe.