Hey Guys, I could really use your help with this one, I am a newish rider still getting to grips with the intricacies of riding. Lately I have been having some problems with cornering and what to do when you find yourself drifting wide. Now I know the key techniques for taking a corner: 1. Road Position 2. Speed â€“ choosing the appropriate speed for a corner 3. Gear 4. Accelerate out 5. (Oh and Iâ€™ll throw in counter steer and body/head position while in the corner) While I try and maintain and practice all the key elements of safe cornering and I have found on occasion I have been drifting wide on a bend. I have done a lot of reading about it and while most sources give you information on how best to set up and take the corner I havenâ€™t been able to find great information about what to do when you find yourself in this dangerous situation of drifting wide. How best to correct the bike and your road position. For all you Sydney riders one of the places I find I do this a bit is â€˜the snailâ€™ coming onto the harbour bridge from the cahill express way heading north. I always find myself heading to the outside lane. It may be because Iâ€™m afraid of giving it too much acceleration during the bend but who knows. Your help/advice would be appreciated. Z.