Hey guys, I believe this section of the forum there are no questions however, I didn't know where else to post this. Anyway, I've been riding on the street for about 3 days now, and I realise when I reach a corner or wide bend, I, ofcourse after reading a lot of these rider tips, pick a reference point in the corner/bend and start my turn. However, I have a problem where I, on some occasions get too close the corner and have to kick it out a bit more to avoid possibly mounting the kerb on the corner/bend. :\ Being a very beginner at this, I do travel through these corners quite slowly. Could is possibly be my entry speed that's throwing this cornering technique out the window or am I just overfixated on the spot that I forget where the road is infront of me? For the life of me, I have no idea what the fluff is going on! Thanks, Adam.