Join Date: Sep 2012
Location: Clarksville, TN
Year/Make/Model: 2017 Kawasaki Vaquero
+1 what Romans said - if you feel like your falling, a little blip (LITTLE!) on the throttle will pull you back up. Heck, just drive on out of it if need be, that's why it's called practice.
While it's true that you need to look where you are going, in longer curves I find it better to break the curve up into segments. For a U-turn, I'll focus on halfway through, then shift my focus to my final spot before I get to the halfway spot. Focusing on the final spot tends to result in turning too sharply (for me!) resulting in the dreaded "Oh $hit!" sensation. That is the entire point of practice. Take everyone's suggestions, try them, then modify them to make the one that works best for you!
Jerry "Old Bear" Barker
Americas Guardians PS MC
Tennessee 16-A Chapter
"Blaze" 2017 Vaquero