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When you stop and for a sharp 90-degree turn, turn your handlebars to the way you want to go, at your dead stop, then it's all throttle control from there. Slow and look where you are to go next—not at traffic or the wrong lane. You do not need to lean the bike if you're at that slow speed, but will need to straighten out your bars once you have accomplished the 90-degree turn. Practice.

FXD
Nomad, NY
Tuesday, November 7, 2017
While I agree with some of his instructions, I disagree with his suggestion to stay left in the right lane when making a right turn as it allows a car to slip next to you on your right, hopefully not hitting you as they do. Stay more centered and make sure your turn indicators are being used. As a rider for over 32 years, I've encountered problems with cars not following the rules of the road, and their impatience.

Erich J. Hodurski
St. Paul, MN
Thursday, October 26, 2017
Thank you. Been riding less than a year and I still stuggle a bit with these turns. I am improving, but still. I will practice this and luckily I have an empty parking lot across the street from where I live.

Sondra
Phoenix, AZ
Saturday, October 21, 2017
At a stop sign and making a right-hand turn, I never get clear over as far as I can to the left of the lane because as soon as I take off somebody can pull beside me on the right hand side. If I was on the left hand side they could think I was turning to the left. Most people don't even look at my blinker, they look where I am positioned.

Melody Solum
Rainier, OR
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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