Not sure if this should be in the 'General' section but here goes.. Been slowly increasing my cornering speeds on some local roads in the hope that I'll gain more skill in setting entry / exit speeds. I started out using the posted speed limit ( those yellow signs ) as a rule of thumb for entry speed. Slowly increasing it by 5 km increments. On my way to and from work there two in particular I have been working with: (1) a short 50km 'S- bend' 50ker (2) a 75km righthander ( left hander on the way to work ) 75ker I've gotten to the point where I can enter the 50ker @ 65k, the 75ker @ 100km. ( more confidently when its a lefty) basically a 30% increase. The other day I hit the 50k S-bend ( right-hander first ) doing 80k Don't ask why .. :roll: Anyway I found myself running wide, and could not seem to tighten my line enough, and as a result was inches from running off the road. Basically I don't think I flicked the bike quick enough ( used the same rate as I would approaching it at 65k ) My questions here are: (A) Is there a reasonably safe rule of thumb for setting entry speeds based on suggested limits? Or is there a better way ? I also have a question regarding THIS turn: RH DR I find myself making mid corner corrections frequently here. How would one approach and execute this ( decreasing radius? ). :?