Slaloms and bumpy corners Still riding through the Royal in Sydney once or twice a week for work. I am coming to know that road pretty well, and there are a few tricky bits I would like to improve on. There's a couple of opposing curves right on top of each other. I take them slow, but always find that between coming out of the first and setting up for the lean on the opposite side for the second, I have a moment in the middle where I feel a bit wobbly. Not like I'm going to lose it at all, but it's not a smooth transition and I feel like I'm fighting my bike a bit to get it where I want it in time for the next corner. Any tips? Secondly, there's this one really dodgy curve I loathe because the road is uber rough coming out of it. A couple of times I've felt my rear tyre slip a little as it's bounced over the rough patches. I just can't work out the best way to approach this curve. It feels better fast, but seems silly to do that because of the slip now and then. I've developed a hang up about it and now I always get tense coming into it. How do you corner on bumpy, chewed up road?