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Yes you can adjust the cable tension on the front so that it takes a longer pull to lock them up. This will at least get the back brakes to engage first. Having said that there is no "fix" for improper technique and you can't design out the skill needed by the rider. If you really want to ride better and safer you need to practice and train in less dangerous riding conditions until you learn how to brake properly. There is no replacement for this.
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