- Look for a smooth surface
If you are planning to drift on a bike without using brakes, you have to make sure that the surface is ideal for drifting. Look for a place where the track is a bit slippery and perfectly smooth. A newly paved road will be really good for drifting, allowing your bike to slide across.
- Use slick tyres
Slick tyres are very important if you want to drift on your bike. They have less traction and friction, allowing you to drift smoothly with ease.
- Change the bike’s gear
Put your bike into a low gear, but it shouldn’t be the lowest. After doing so, you should start pedaling in order to gain some momentum.
- Turn into a drift
Once you have achieved moderate speed, turn into a drift and start pedaling vigorously. Moreover, transfer all of your weight on the handlebars until you feel the rear tyre sliding slowly. After you get that feeling, increase the pedaling speed in order to perform breakless drifting successfully.
- Gain momentum
Brakeless drifting on simple bikes is slightly different compared to motorbikes. In case of the latter, you should start off by gaining some momentum. However, you should not increase the speed much in order to keep things under control.
- Lean forward to one side
Push your body forward to the side where you are turning. Moreover, stick one of your feet out in the direction you are turning.
- Turn sharply
Take a sharp turn and get some help with your foot, if necessary. Remember not to apply the brakes at any stage.
- Keep going
Keep going in the same way and you will end up completing a breakless drift.