Hey guys, I've recently started working on getting a bit of lean on (leaning inside the line of the corner to keep the bike upright), and have been having a bit of uncertainty regarding the change in perspective. The road I've been practising on: http://g.co/maps/x8s3 Just doing laps back and forth along that stretch. I'm not having any trouble with getting my head and upper body over a bit, and am comfortable in working on leaning further at my own pace (baby steps), but am finding the new change of perspective a bit disconcerting in terms of my place on the road. I should mention though, I'm feeling great about leaning in general - it just feels right, it's just the change in perspective that is a touch disconcerting. When I was just leaning with the bike, I was able to monitor my position on the road with my peripheral vision (as my gaze is firmly fixed on the vanishing point looking for the exit of the corner, and the bike bike beneath me is in clear view of the peripheral vision), but am having a bit of trouble doing the same thing when my head is out in line with the mirror, where a substantial amount of the bike is less visible. I'm still able to sit on my chosen line easily, but the new change in perspective is a touch disconcerting - even though I'm taking the same line, I sometimes feel as though I may be drifting off a bit, purely because I suddenly notice that my head is out with the mirror, and that the bike isn't really underneath me - I'm used to judging my bike's position as being pretty close to underneath my head. I feel like I've done a terrible job of explaining my uncertainties, I guess all I'm after is a bit of a discussion regarding the change of perspective. Is there a little bit of technique I'm missing in determining where the bike is under me? Or do I just need to practise up and get used to it?