Hi everyone. As I'm gradually gaining more confidence on the bike, I want to try some different types of riding. There's a (small) mountain just a few k's from where I live, with a narrow two-lane road winding up to a lookout at the top. I reckon it would be a nice, convenient scenic ride. I'm wondering what would be the best way of controlling my speed on the downhill return. The road is steep and winding enough that I would probably do 40km/h max down it in my car. Front brake, rear brake, or engine brake? Which one should I use primarily, to control speed? Or different depending on whether cornering or straight? (not many long straights though) Obviously with my lack of experience I'd be going pretty slow (hope I don't piss anyone off behind me ) so there should be a large margin for error, but I just thought I'd find out what the "correct" technique would be. Any advice appreciated!