I believe that he was leaning the bike way to much, and with the current set of worn tires on. His body position did not help at all either, it was so bad that it probably worked the suspension even harder than it already had to.
I don't know how these guys have the confidence to go ripping around "trying" to just get there knee's down on these public roads. Only asphalt I trust is the track.
2012 Black BMW S1000RR (Street&Track): Upgrade Stage currently!!
+ 2012 Triumph Daytona 675R (Track/Race)