When riding in twisties i'll judge a corner and turn in comfortably. I'll try to use constant throttle to keep me at that same lean. More often than not its fine. If i'm going too slow and bike starts to drop in on me then easy i'll throttle up. My question is in regards to a decreasing radius or running in hot. In these situations i've had to countersteer harder and in doing so instead of gliding comfortably around the corner(constant force through tires), the added countersteer adds alot of sudden downward forces through the tires.....little disconcerting as i'm unsure as to the limits. Here's the question. Was wanting to know how many people ride like this with the sudden countersteering? In situations where i have to i do it but should this be adopted as a regular riding style? Or is the sudden added forces through tires something that i should avoid as much as possible?