Hi - I rate my self as an amatuer to medium rider in terms of road craft and motorcylce capability. Although planning, i have not complete an advanced rider course or turning/breaking course. I ride every day to work and 3 times a month a long tour. But i wanted to ask..... Today I took the back way, through Windsor up to Singleton. Now the end of the trip coming to singleton there are some nice twistes which have corner regulated speed signs from 35/45/55 and obvious above corners within the 100kmph speed limit. Now, I've overcooked corners about 3 times before, (once at natio park, once at wisemans and once at jenolan caves) BUT by more luck than skill am still here. So Ive learnt my lesson and take it much more easy. Im entering the 35/45/55kmph corners at anywhere from 60 - 80/90 and although i know my knee down, bum of seat technique isnt perfect i make it around smooth enough. My problem is that after a chicane type 35/45kmph turn which involves a left turn/sweep then a right turn sweep my toes on my boots touch the ground. This never seems to happen if i enter the 35/45kmph turn that is just one turn going into a straight after- not progressing into a succession of immediate turns. Am i doing something wrong? Does it mean im leaning more - or am i approaching the maxium lean angle before i slide out? I wish that someone would video tape me from behind so i can analyse and improve.