Hi Riders of the net, After some advice. I have read rob's post on riding technique quite a few times now, always find its a good read every 3-6 months to help focus and remind me of the important parts of riding - must say the VP has had the biggest impact on improving my riding. One issue I am noticing that I am doing a little bit, is tipping in too early instead of staying wide as long as possible. I tend to do this more so on left hander bends, especially the tighter corners. Any tips on what I can do to get myself to stay a little wider and improve the smoothness of my cornering. I find by tipping in early (sometimes hitting just prior to the apex, or right on it - instead of past the apex, i stuff my line in, which I then react by de-accelerating mid corner. I shift my ass around in the saddle to help corner, and focus strongly on the vanishing point... I think i sometimes find by focusing so far in front, i am losing the immediate surrounding and stuff the line.. if that makes sense ? Anyways thanks for the advice. If it helps, i have been riding about 3 years, maybe a little more. And ride a triumph thunderbird, so not the easiest bike to corner with, but I'm not interested in getting a knee down and going balls to the wall through the corner (I do get some peg scrapping happening sometimes). I just want to be smoother so i dont de-accelerate mid corner cause I stuff the line.