Just a question and potentially silly one to the experience riders. Assuming a corner is in good condition, no camber etc, how do you know (or is it possible) if you are leaning too much and that the bike will just fall over during a corner? Assuming you are travelling at above 40kph. Reason why I ask this is people sometimes say, "Oh, you''' sc**** the pegs before you run out of tire (I'm guessing they mean the edge of the tire)". The above assumes friction holds - I know there is a balance between lean angle, friction and speed... The reason why I ask is in the event that you're in a corner and realise that you stuffed the entry up/entered too fast for your skill level, and one of the option left(perhaps best option) is to lean the bike more... is it possible for the bike to just fall over/what should be done? Not talking about U-turns here. Thanks.