2. Soule sits at the front of the seat as he starts to turn, his inside foot thrown way forward for balance, he's trail-braking with the front brake and of course his elbows are up. "As soon as I got in the rut, I didn't totally just let off the gas; I kept a little bit on...just to keep the bike tracking through the rut. If you chop the throttle, sometimes the bike will want to climb out of the rut or cut under the rut. I made sure I was straight up and down on the torso just to stay even on the bike and stay neutral-not weighting the inside, not weighting the outside, especially with a rut...."