It gets discussed here a fair bit, so I think we know the overall picture: of multivehicle accidents involving bikes, smidsy is the main culprit, but there are more single vehicle than multivehicle accidents. The notion that a large proportion of the single vehicle accidents involved cars that later drove away has been largely discredited - a few might but the majority are true single-vehicle prangs. It really only requires being a regular reader of this forum to bear that out - what is the majority drop reported? Too hot into a corner. So, to improve the stats dramatically, the focus needs to be on cornering. Slowing down enough - too much is better than not enough - before entering, accelerating gently through, looking through, and if you *have* gone in a little hot, hanging on and going through the corner rather than trying to stand it up and brake. I don't mean to pick on the 'flying pig' guy, but again, if you've almost lost it doing a 35 k corner at 60 then you do the next one at 40 if you're trying to build skills, not 60 again! The general message about roadcraft and being responsible for your own safety is crucial, but it's even more so in the case of cornering, because it really is kinda all on the rider.