So those Oxley veterans and other corner fiends that abound out there in NR cyber land, any tips on cornering through those wonderful continuous 'S' corners between Mt Seaview onwards please? I get the giggles when I ride them. Depending on my speed as well, I have found what I tend to do is actually look in a straight line through them (sort of) and then countersteer or almost flick the bars, but have found that I want to also shift my weight (ok read bulk here) over onto the inside pegs as well. Feels pretty good to me but I hope I am not introducing a superfluous action that will become a "bad habit." Thoughts? I mean if you wanted to be really boring, you could get your set square out and ride in a dead straight line through these snakey little 'S' curves but why would you? At the end of these sets, is a tightish banking right hander before you go up and through the next lot of 'S' corners. The vision is reasonable but no shoulder on either side of the road to play with if needed. I just love them. Plus some parts have been recently been resurfaced and are smoother than a baby's bum. Yeee har!