I don't think this has been covered extensively enough ( search come up a little dry ). Over the past week or so, I've been experimenting with body position on the hornet. To the point of re-adjusting the bars and all four levers. My problem was initially back pain. So I adjusted the bars and found it better on the back when the bars are more forward away from me. This however made countersteering feel somewhat awkward .. less elbow bend and as a result less leverage I guess. ( thinking of moving em closer again ) I've also found that weighting the pegs with the balls of my feet and gripping the tank help support my weight and lessen the stress on my back. Just wondering if you guys would like to give your insight into the subject. ie - Wrist .. to enable covering brake ( I seem to keep having to reposition my hand on the grip to cover brake ) - Arms .. obviously bent .. but how much? - Back .. straight, curved, arched - Weight distribution ( on pegs, bum, or just gripping tank ) ?