Quote Originally Posted by flyrider View Post
Yes...I read that somewhere here...about being in position before the turn. I admit that felt a little strange yesterday, but your advice to counter the weight shift ahead of the turn with outside bar is good. Without that, I was heading into the apex too soon.

This stuff is great...becoming a good rider takes work...which makes it worth doing. Too many people think (especially these days) that there are shortcuts to success. Nope...there never are. That's the way it should be...
Lee Parks course concentrates on, if I remember correctly, the 12 steps to cornering, covering in sequence from foot position on the pegs to exitting the corner...