Hiya fellow riders, I m a new rider, only 1400kms on the clock and (slowly) counting. I would welcome some advice on taking blind corners. There is a blind corner on my route, http://goo.gl/maps/V2Sm7 headed west, downhill, through a rock cuttiing, limted space off either side of the road (20 cm), single lane each way, double lines, sharp 90 degree bend, possibility of fallen rocks on the side of the road. I have experienced oncoming traffic crossing the centre line too far into my lane for my liking. Last week I had rocks on the side of the road to contend with, a car up my arse and a complete nob-head so far over the double lines all i could see was his number plate lined up to my front wheel. I was riding in the left wheel track in my lane. I approached the corner on this occassion fairly slowly (as i was anticipiating a selfish bastard driver coming at me who could not give a $&%k to stay in their lane) . Pretty scary for a noob like me, even though I expected this! I pulled the line in tighter, trying not to focus on the rocks to the side of the road and he swerved almost back into his lane and his face had OMG all over it, i kept upright and didn't panick but still felt helpless. Can some one give me advice on how to take this corner, are there any specific tips, should i use a horn??? Thanks in advance, Cheers Floyd.