The other day i had to make my first quick stop on my bike. there is this kind of hidden street intersection in the middle of a blind corner in my town. Most people always forget the turn is there and slam on the breaks to make it. this one guy did just that and came to a screeching stop in front of me. Surprised, i slammed on the breaks and followed the procedure i learned in the MSF course. I stopped within a cars length ahead of me and was in first with the engine running. however i locked one the wheels (I think it was the back). I know because of physics that the back wheel is more prone to sliding expectantly during a quick stop. so my question is how much pressure do you put on the back wheel during a quick stop? and was there anything i did incorrectly?