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Thank y’all for sharing this info. I have been riding since I was 14—off and on during this time. I am 69 years old now. I am going to order these DVDs. Y’all ride safe.

Billy Ivey
Columbia, TN
Wednesday, March 31, 2021
I have found that if you are riding a large cruiser bike, where you are mostly sitting straight up or the body is normally leaning back, it is very helpful to lean your body forward (like riding a sportbike) during a push turn. It helps put that extra ‘push’ on the handlebars during the turn.

Paul Leduc
Kawartha Lakes, ON, Canada
Sunday, June 24, 2018
Great article! I wondered about steering that way and after reading the article, it all made sense. Now to get clever on my cruiser.

Kim Nilsson
Kalgoorlie, Australia
Monday, November 6, 2017
I spent 15 years on Yamaha Viragos (cruisers) and them moved to a BMW R 1200 RT (sport tourer). The difference in countersteering the two different bike types is amazing. The sport tourer responds almost immediately, and you are further into a turn/move, than the cruiser.

It took some time to "trust" myself on the new scoot. I was expecting a change, but I never expected it to be so dramatic!

Jodie Lawrosky
Sun City West, AZ
Thursday, June 25, 2015
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