look up any word, like swag:

19 definitions by razer

 
15.
Motorcycle roadracing term for the angle between the center plane of the motorcycle and the vertical plane. The more the motorcycle is leaned over, the greater the lean angle. High lean angles are necessary when cornering a motorcycle at high velocity, but too great a lean angle results in loss of traction and often a crash. Riders employ a technique called hanging off in order to alter the rider-motorcycle system's center of mass and thereby minimize the lean angle necessary to negotiate a corner at a given velocity.
Establishing and maintaining the correct amount of lean angle is a balancing act that a motorcycle roadracer must master in order to ride fast.
by razer December 21, 2006
6 3
 
16.
Formed pieces of hard plastic or compressed leather incorporated onto motorcycle roadracing suits to protect the suit leather from damage while cornering. The pucks are attached to the leather suit towards the outside and just below the knee area of each leg, usually with velcro.
Expert motorcycle roadracers must replace their knee pucks quite often.
by razer December 21, 2006
4 2
 
17.
Formed pieces of hard plastic or compressed leather incorporated onto motorcycle roadracing suits to protect the suit leather from damage while cornering. The sliders are attached to the leather suit towards the outside and just below the knee area of each leg, usually with velcro.
Expert motorcycle roadracers must replace their knee sliders quite often.
by razer December 21, 2006
1 1
 
18.
Term used to describe the act of riding a high performance motorcycle through a corner (or curve) of a closed race track or road course. An expert rider is able to corner his machine at high velocity by increasing the lean angle of the motorcycle while at the same time hanging off of the machine, a technique that is often accompanied by knee dragging.
Cornering is the most difficult skill to master in the sport of motorcycle roadracing.
by razer December 21, 2006
9 11
 
19.
The act of willfully and purposefully murdering a human being in a cruel manner and with the assistance and sanction of state authorities. schiavo•ing, schiavo•ed
Through careful planning and cold calculation, Dick managed to schiavo his defenseless, bedridden wife for profit as well as his own convenience.
by razer April 06, 2005
6 20