Fred is a great guy, sort of a Zen master of motorcycling."Good decision-making is more important while riding than in just about any other area of life."
-- Chief MSF Instructor Fred Barney
DITTO!!Best advice I've gotten for riding (and shooting, coincidentally): Keep your eyes on the target
I had a b of a time getting around corners until a riding buddy of mine told me to just look where I wanted to go, and the bike would follow. Sure enough, it works quite well, and I find myself hitting corners a lot more confidently.
I like number 2. It is easier to speed up in a corner than slow down quickly leaned way over.1. "Go where you're looking"
2. "In slow, out fast. In fast, out backwards."