I had a new set of tyres put on my bike 3 weeks ago. They are the dunlop GPR-A10's. They are alot better than my old set which were the dunlop arrowmax. I have to scrub them in somehow so over the last 2 weeks I've been heading out to the spur when I have time. It felt quite fun scrubbing new tyres. When I go over the part of the tyre that hasnt been used yet I'd feel like my bike would start to slide. Anyway from that first few times at the spur on new tyres I started to concentrate on my body position. After reading knee down tread from raven and had some input from other riders I kinda knew what I should work on. When I started I was abit stuck on how to start practing. I found that I was goning abit too fast around corners so it kinda got me abit worried to try and position my body. So I slowed down abit and started practing. I started with, by leaning my upper body abit more than I used to in corners. It felt abit more natural and helps the bike corner abit better. Then I worked on relaxing more which helps abit more. Both things helped quite abit. I didnt even notice that I was going around corners abit faster than I used to (and leaning my body and my bike more). After the two things I practiced on I kinda got stuck on the part where I move my bum out. It doesnt feel right. I think I moved my bum out and I twisted my body in the process. My chin and knee would be going over the inside fairing. Am I doing thing wrong? It doesnt feel like its falling into place like the two things I practiced before. Any advice on what I should be doing next?