Thought that's what I said? Just a little more dyslexicish?:laughinghayabusafiend said:
Hate to disappoint you, fatbuckRTO, but you're al little off back to back. Google is your friend.
Highside: When the bike lauches you over the 'high' side of the bike. Normally caused by loss of traction at the rear wheel or a tankslapper. [I personally add a regain of traction to cause the highside]
Lowside: When the bike falls out from underneath you. Normally caused by loss of traction at the front wheel, but also by loss of traction at the rear wheel. This is the most common type of motorcycle wreck, and usually happens in corners.