I work at a uni and yesterday a...err..."electronic edition" (yes, that will do :wink: ) of Twist of the Wrist 2 turned up on the pub drive it's my job to keep clear of pron and mp3s. Anyway, quick flick through over lunch yesterday and I'll be damned if I haven't improved my cornering about 10% in a day. I had the whole 40/60 thing in my head wrong. Was more holding speed rather then rolling on the throttle and I realise in hindsight a proper roll on is what I did when I accidently got the knee down a few weeks back and it's probably also the reason I haven't been close since (that or because I've been riding a donated CB250 ). Well, last night managed to "just" touch the outside of the leg on the curb while stuffing around in an old industrial estate and generally having a ball. Also think I've been sitting a bit to stiffly and taking slightly wrong lines. Didn't get the slightly tired arms I normally tend to after any decent ride last night and I think it's because I leant forward a little more and gave my elbows a little slack. Even managed to have a headshake without soiling myself. At this rate I'll have the little Nighthawk laying darkies out of the bends in no time Anyway, if you haven't read it go grab a copy. Well worthwhile IMO. It all makes sense really and a lot of it seems obvious even but it's well explained and you actually walk away and try it.