I have already signed up for another MSF Advanced course next year. It's been 18 months since my last one so I am going to do it again. Especially on the new bike but it's really hard to unpack still what happened especially with I think 250 comments all conflicting with each other on that video about what I did wrong. My hypothesis is probably unchanged from what was mentioned in the insurance thread. I was on the inside line, I've done this tons of times and it's a bad effing habit that I need to stop. Since July, I've seen time and time again the raw videos from my helmet cam which is always running of me resetting my line 3 times per turn. It's lazy and stupid and it causes me to have to lean significantly further than I have to if I had just approached at a good speed and increased throttle. I did not hit the brakes at all, a lot of people guessed I did but I didn't touch the brakes. My foot is never near the rear brake as BMW's are linked anyway so I only use it down hill off road or if I need to stop ASAP Ill combine front with rear. This post (link), a day before I crashed and a few PMs with others really is not to be underestimated. The Anakees weren't new they were already used about 1000 miles but put back on the bike by a professional shop and balanced. I immediately felt as if I had made a mistake. I didn't like them on-road at all and only put them on to ride most of September off-road with 3 weekends in a row of trail riding planned. I have a few photos & videos of scrapping my boots, panniers other bits on pavement with TKC80s. Those things grip like crazy. The wilds are just as good off-road but they are not good for on-road. When I crashed, I didn't feel like the turn was going to go that sharp, a better line? slower approach? maintain throttle (or increase) throughout the turn? maybe all of those would have helped but at the end of the day, I think the Wilds failed me. I need to be a better rider, I am an amateur but this amateur rider had the bike lined over a hundred times on knobbies but never this far on the Anakee Wilds and I do believe my bike would have been fine if I was on any other tire. That's really all I have. Edit: well and to the comments about me narrating instead of riding or having too many distractions, I talk to myself. I was an only child until I was 11 so when my GoPro is going, i'm usually every few minutes saying something out loud to myself so it's just me talking, i'm not talking to have further content because almost 100% of my videos just go into a folder on my NAS never to be seen again. And most commenters don't ride 14K miles a year into the middle of nowhere. my iPhone and Inreach never come on nor do I fiddle with them and the NAV is well it's a NAV. I think some people saw 4 screens as 'distracted riding' but I think among friends here, it's not like that. Then there were the comments about ADV bikes not belonging on twisties, I think you all know how we can collectively disagree with that one.