Attached is a picture of corner that I commute every single day. I use this as a reference because its one spot I really attampt to hone my cornering skills. The area is the inner city bypass in brisbane, and it is an 80kph zone. Now when I first started commuting on the scooter, I was shitting and could not corner at the speed limit. Now on the GS500, its no problem at all doing the speed limit. However, there is a few things that I am just not getting. Problem 1. Where am I looking. The picture gives a rough indication of where I am looking. I tend to be looking at the barrier at the vanishing point. Right or wrong? Please feel free to post an image of where I should be looking. Problem 2. I seem to be forever getting distracted and find myself looking down at the road at a bump, or looking at a car. No so much of a problem, but I know I can corner better if I dont do that. So how do you learn to trust peripheral vision and not get distracted by the road and other surroundings? I often wonder if I will ever get it, but I know it will all gell eventually. I have learned so much since making the switch from scooters to the motorbike.