The ultimate form of positive camber is the wall of death. The riders in there ride very tight corners without leaning in at all.
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Sometimes, you ride through corners with a positive camber, and you will notice that they are easier then they looked before you went in.
A positive camber makes you ride a curve whil your motorcycle holds a right angle to the road surface. The surface of a positive camber corner goes upwards to the outside of a corner.
A corner with negative camber is the opposite: the outside of the corner is lower than the inside.
That means that you have to lean in more than in the same corner and the same speed when the surface of the road would be flat, or would have a positive camber.
Often you don't see it in advance. You notice that the corner seems tighter than it looked, while it isn't the radius of the turn that is the cause.
Roundabouts are often higher in the centre than at the outside, so have a negative camber.
That has been done so that dirt or oil will stream to the outside, while at the same time, traffic will be slowed down extra.
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