rij Posted December 24, 2019 Report Share Posted December 24, 2019 Hello all Just a thought about marking out really with the traditional Red on you right blue on your left and green and yellow flags. I’ve always found this odd when FIM sections are so much easier to read being one colour for your route arrowed to go between them and even have a no entry ⛔️ on the back. I ride clubman and 50/50 so have to change between red/blue green/yellow if required mid route which makes it even more difficult to get it right. As for using yellow and green flags so many people find it hard to see these colours on the ground blending into it. so is it not easier to change to FIM type marking being a white square with a coloured arrow on it? also letting good younger riders progress Better getting used to FIM standards. My other query is finding out after years of assuming this is a FIVE! And found out it only a Three! ? So I always thought putting both feet down either side of the bike is a 5 but reading the rules it’s a 3 which is nuts because you not transferring any weight through the bike. but then I found out one foot on the bike (still transferring weight) and one foot/leg crossing the centre of the bike to the same side is a FIVE!! So I can sit in the bike paddle and foot though for a 3 using no skill Or still be technically balancing on the bike with weight through a least one peg still using skill it’s a 5 think it’s a bit bonkers really is this correct? What’s people thoughts? P.s not acu bashing just find it baffling ??♂️ Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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