You might ask, “Why are you running so close to the yellow line?” Two answers: One, it was an unknown road and most corners were blind. Two, roadracers work hard to use every inch of pavement and it becomes instinctual to get right up against the apex, which is right up against the yellow line. I’ve seen this when riding on back roads with roadracers like Chris Peris; we want to get right up against the apex and use all the lane on the way out. Good in theory, but hanging hard and soft parts over the centerline will one day prove catastrophic. Roadracers who street ride need to fix this habit and learn to give the centerline more room.