I posted the rear brake in an emergency thread and was remembering back to my MSF days. In MSF we did a exercise where, in the middle of a turn, you have to stand the bike up to brake. Well that is almost never an option in real life. If you stand the bike up in a turn, you will either go slamming into the side wall of a canyon, or into oncoming traffic. Why is the class teaching this? Saying the tire can only do one thing at a time, turning or braking. That is completely false. Most of the time the tire is not even close to it's braking loose point. As long as you apply the brakes smoothly, even at the apex of a turn to brake for an oncoming car rock in the road. I think by teaching this, they are teaching us bad habits. There are tons of people doing this on youtube videos. Your opinion?