Join Date: Jul 2008
Location: Titusville, New Jersey
Using back roads and hilly terrain I've learned to anticipate what the throttle will do and compensate to keep it steady. That may be rooted in throttle control on the heli though. I can't tell because I learned to fly before learning to ride.
A looser grip on the throttle may let it 'play' with the road more. I know it took me a sold year of riding to loosen the claw grip I was using and actually allow blood to flow through my throttle hand on the highway.
I also vary my grip on the throttle depending on the road situation. Tight grip over sharp bumps, loose over flowing road (up or down, left or right bank) when I feel I need to move with it. Again, that may be pilot training - I don't know. Might be worth a shot though.