I was out on the Mystery ride last night. Over all it was a pleasant ride, but there was one encounter that was a HUGE learning experiance. Heading outbound on the westgate and turning onto the Bolte Bridge. There was a car in the left lane so three of us went in on the right lane clocking over the ton. I was gaining on the two bikes in front, and had the throttle wide open. There was a slight slip in the front so I pulled leant in harder watching deeper into the corner. The bike just stabilized under me and let me pull deeper into the corner pulling into the left lane after we passed the car and starting the pass. So I went in faster and tighter than the other bikes by using all I have been taught. WHAT A BLAST! Why is this in New riders and Tips??? It has been said many times here. Look through the corner and trust in your bike. And this is exactly what stabilized the bike, I looked deeper into the corner, and not only stabilized the twitching the bike was doing, but found I had even more that I could get out of the bike. Trust in your training, donâ€™t give up, just push harder.