so theres this roundabout i always take a right at on the way home from any trip. The ground/roundabout has a slant downwards towards the way you approach the roundabout. Hence, when your coming around for a right turn on the bike, the ground is slanting away from the turn ('off convex', is that the right termology? i forgot) I'm not sure if this plays a major part in my resultant turning, but i always seem to come out very wide on that turn and a couple times riding through the gutter along the exit kerb. Besides this, my speed mid-turn drops near stopping speed as i try to make sure i make the turn. The roundabout isn't big, but same time isn't the smallest one i've made...don't have many issues on any other roundabouts. At the moment i've tried to make the turn like a normal turn lean slightly. I'm afraid to lean outwards and try to perform a 'u-turn' manoeurve cause it feels like i might topple the other way. Any tips ?