Looking for opinions... One thing I've been told is that you should always ride at a speed where you can stop within your visual distance. Now not wanting to get sidetracked about the foolishness of the driver in the SVU on the wrong side of the road on a blind corner, nor the good reaction from the rider (I thought he did a great job) - but moreso on opinions as to whether on corners like this the rider should have been riding slower at a pace where he could have stop when he saw the danger if the SUV was right in the middle of his lane. It may not have been a SUV 1/2 on the road, it could have been a multi car pileup, a rockslide, etc. - Would you have been riding slower on that blind corner? - Do you always try to ride within a speed that you can stop within visual range on blind corners? - Do you think that the rider was riding at a speed where he could stop with his visual distance? (Just looking for opinions so I can relate and try and improve my own riding).