Arghhh.. What's the trick to cornering, hanging off, being under brakes AND not taking all your weight on your arms. I'm struggling when going through a series corners under braking. I can't grip the tank with my knees and get my bum off and my knee out at the same time. So I end up taking all the pressure through my wrists (and of course a not so stable bike results). So...what's the sequence of events? Let's say there's a 100 km/h right hand corner follwed by a 50km/h left hander. As I exit the right hander and straighten the bike up, do I use the straightening of the bike to help me move to the centre of the bike, then start to brake, finish braking and then shift my bum to the left? Or...as the bike straightens, transition immediately to bum-off left and brake with my bum off (can't grip the tank so wrists are taking the pressure)... I hope my issues make sense. Love to hear how others move from side to side and manage braking at the same time.