Hi everyone, I would love some advice on right hand turns in intersections from a standing start. I am cool with lefties because the kerb bends around and I can position the bike so that by the time I stop to give way, I'm already half way around but righties are another matter. I feel fairly confident making a right if I don't have to stop. What I want to do on rights is go straight until I can get the bike moving and then make the turn (this isn't always possible when coming into a T intersection ... gotta be able to see around the corner), but I've only been practicing in the back streets of a new estate and the roads are fairly narrow. I just don't feel confident with leaning the bike over as soon as I take off (remember that I'm taking these corners at very slow speeds, so can't lean much). Has anyone got some advice for me on some techniques I can try to get around them more confidently and less wobbly? My husband, with over 40 yrs bike riding experience mentors me on all these rides and he tells me to take the corner a little quicker to make the bike more stable. I do see the wisdom of his advice, but I just don't have the confidence to take them any faster than I am at present. I'm really worried that I'm going to mount the kerb if I go too quick (never have, but it doesn't stop me being paranoid). Also, please take into account that I haven't quite got the clutch and throttle going on smoothly on take off yet, so I tend to be concentrating hard on getting that right when I'm executing the turn. I tend to find the friction point, give it just enough stick to keep the bike moving and not stalling and then I don't rap it on anymore ... worried it's gonna make me go faster than I can cope with.