Hi all, I've searched the forums and have read a number of existing threads on this topic, however, too many opposing opinions and unclear conclusions, so I thought I'd post a specific case, and see how we go. I was riding yesterday with a pillion, doing 60 in a 50 zone, so wasn't going slow slow.. so mid-way in a LH corner, some dude overtakes me on my right in the same lane. Scared the crap out of me (and my pillion), since I didn't see him like 5 seconds ago (must have pulled out of a driveway or side street not long ago). Normally, if I'm going slower than the rider behind me, and if safe to do so (on a straight), will move over to the left tyre track and signal the rider to go pass (all happy), however, in mid corner? hmm.. dunno. Since: 1) He wouldn't know which line I'm taking 2) I might change lines mid-corner due to pot holes, etc. 3) In mid-corner, you don't check your mirrors as often (if at all) So, from a legal point of view, this may be OK, but from an etiquette point of view (or even from a danger perspective), may not be a good thing. Personally, I think his maneuver was dangerous (an in some way, inconciderate). What are your opinions?