Hi Guys, We're having several debates on aspects of motorcycle turning and leaning on my bike forum, so I popped along here to see what you guys think. If anyone's bored or interested enough to join in, you'd be most welcome, but our arguments do tend to get a little scrappy. http://www.bikersoracle.com/cbr600/forum/showthread.php?t=11634". I've had a good search and read, but haven't found the exact question I'm looking for. To make a motorbike turn right, do you have to countersteer left? Can the rider lean right, causing the bike to lean right, then turn the handlebars to the right and take the corner? Or does he subconciously countersteer left when he leans? What about riding with no hands? Does the rider leaning right cause the wheel to countersteer left 'automatically'? Thanks.