Transcript for Turning in a Large Oval
Turning in a Large Oval
A person riding an ATV loses control and veers off the edge of the screen.
Turning an ATV isn’t simply a matter of turning the handlebars. You need to shift your weight to avoid losing control.
A person is riding an ATV around an oval from a top-down perspective.
To practice this skill, place two markers about 60 feet apart and ride around the outside of the markers in an oval pattern.
A person riding an ATV maintains control while turning right and veering off the edge of the screen.
Stay in first gear, and lean into the turns.
A person rides an ATV over a hill one direction and then rides back the opposite direction.
Ride a few times in one direction and then the other.
A person is riding an ATV in the sitting position.
Remember to keep your feet on the footrests.
A person is riding an ATV while looking forward from a top-down perspective.
Look straight ahead, concentrating on your path.
A person riding an ATV slows down while going one direction and then speeds up while going the opposite direction.
Slow as you approach the turn, and gradually increase your speed as you exit the turn.
A person riding an ATV leans toward his or her left shoulder while turning left.
Move your body weight forward and into the turn.
Lean farther into the turn if you feel you are tipping. If your turns are too wide, slow down more before beginning the turn and lean farther into the turn.