Ok cornering virtuosos - your advice is needed! In slow corners (first or second gear, say a left turn into a side street), do you feather the clutch around the corner or go around fully in gear? My technique is: - approaching the corner, slow with front and rear brake, and change down to the right gear; clutch still in - release the front brake and trail the back brake to stay in control yet get my right hand onto the throttle ready for the turn then, either: - feather the clutch part way out as the bike tips into the corner, ride the clutch around the corner, letting it out as you pass the apex, OR - blip the throttle and let the clutch out fully before the corner, so that you can tip the bike in to the corner fully in gear. Both seem to work; I feel better if fully in gear but I'm smoother if I ride the clutch. Somehow I feel that being in gear is safer as there is no risk of letting the clutch out too fast and losing control of the rear wheel - but it makes me rush my set up a bit. Which approach is better??