Check out the video clip on this Slovanian motorcycling site: http://www.motosvet.com/misel-pred-med-in-po-velikem-poku.html There's an old adage in motorcycling - never ride faster than the stopping distance in which you can see to be clear, or better worded: Ride at a speed that allows you to come to a stop in the distance you can see to be clear. That would make for quite a few corner - but the clip shows an example of why that might be a good thing on a blind corner. In Australia, we might have a concealed driveway sign on the blind corner shown in the video, but not where this rider was riding. Since there's a roadcraft angle to ply here, I've not put this in multimedia. Another layer for those who can't read Slovenian... is that this rider had a passenger... it's very clear if you watch the shadow... OOOWCH!! So check out the clip and discuss.