So the title doesn't say much here, but I honestly couldn't think of a better way to put it, nor do I know where to start. There is one thing that has been worrying me lately when I'm out on the spurs - a car/truck appearing in front of me in my lane as I'm already pitched over mid corner. I'm not one to panic in most situations - I've had my fair share of SMIDSY's and other retardedness, so I'm not really surprised anymore when a car tries to occupy the same space as me. What I'm more concerned about is my lack of understanding of where the wheels go when I countersteer into and out of leans. Say I am forced right to the edge of the road (so that my tyres are on the road, but my body and the bulk of the bike is leaning over the edge of the road), I assume that any form of countersteering would push the wheels off the edge and into the dirt. I guess my question is as follows: How much space do the tyres need to transfer from full lean in one direction to at least upright and vice versa.