Turning right through most small suburban roundabouts is causing me grief. When making the turn, 50% of my focus is on the oncoming traffic (because I really don’t want to get run over), 25% is on the road surface (which is almost always crap), and 25% is on looking where I want to go. My cruiser doesn’t let me lean over very far, particularly on roundabouts which sit up in the middle (as most of them do). I think my setup is generally okay – off the pace before the turn, even throttle through, etc. Is there a trick to getting it right, or do I just face facts, and accept these are always going to be a bit of a compromise?