I am a new rider with only 2 months of riding under my belt so far. I havent taken a riding course yet, just been kinda winging it. On the ride training so to say. Well I was on youtube watching some riding tips videos, and I ran across a video on Countersteer. Turn left to go right and right to go left. Sounded to me like the Cars movie when Doc said "if you turn hard enough right, you'll find yourself going left." Well I had to see if there was any practical truth to that, and went out on the bike. Talk about a weird feeling lol. It took some getting used to but I find myself doing it all the time now. For me it makes lane changes and right turns SO much smoother. It actually started me to be more in tune with my bike, and I am a lot more comfortable on her now.
1997 Vulcan 1500 Classic (carb)
"The true Man wants two things, danger and play. Therefore he chooses woman, the most dangerous plaything."... Nietzsche