I watched this video on youtube where the guy said that at really low speeds such as in a car park you would steer normally in the direction you want to go. But at higher speeds you need to counter steer - no wonder I kept taking corners too wide! He then went on to explain the physics behind it which made perfect sense. My question is if at a very low speed you need to steer normally and at higher speeds you must counter-steer due to the weight and inertia of the bike wanting to move forward, does that mean that at a certain speed in between the bike will just stay straight regardless of which way you steer? How would you steer then??