I'm interested in hearing your techniques. I'm not talking hopelessly narrow single track, of course. I'm thinking of two track that isn't much wider than your wheelbase. If the side is banked and not too gnarly, I'll try to ride up it a bit, swivel the fork around, then roll back down. Repeat that a couple times. If that isn't possible, then I typically get off and walk the bike through a three point turn. Duh. Doesn't exactly win me any style points, though. I've seen people put a foot down, give the bike gas, and pivot the bike around where they've planted their foot. I've tried this and can't figure it out for the life of me. And yeah, I was in sand, so the wheels could slip a bit. But still, I couldn't quite get it. (And then there was a time in a deep mud hole when I tossed my 1150 on its side and used the cylinder head as a pivot to get it around. Last resort, but it worked.) So -- please share your tips and tricks!