I know what you are thinking .. ( Not ANOTHER fcuking cornering thread :roll: ) Not exactly , this is one with a twist. ( just realised what I said ) Many cornering threads here deal with lines, braking, body postition, visual focus, throttle use etc. But what about some input on how one uses their eyes. The California Highway Patrol teaches a technique they call "maintaining a high horizon" ie: Shifting your focus from a particular section of road to another in a systematic way. example: On approach, after evaluating the corner, you look at the spot where you think is a good place to 'tip' the bike. As you reach the spot, you then focus on your intended apex point. As you are reaching your apex, you then focus on your exit point ( the point where you come closest to the edge of your lane). This is something I DONT do, simply because I find I have trouble multi-functioning ( my wife says it's an inheret problem with all men ) Then again I may be doing it unknowingly without much thought, if so I must be doing it incorrectly as I mostly find myself too close to the centreline on the exit of a right-hander. Does anyone here use a similar technique? or is this just one of those things one just never thinks about?