I've been riding in N. Idaho, a lot of that in the mountains on ADV bikes, plus a lot of miles on the street on my touring bike (K1600GTL). I recently moved to East Tennessee. Love the area, it's beautiful and has a lot longer riding season. I'm spending times riding some wonderful, very twisty, paved mountain roads (on the K1600). One thing I'm having an issue with is "committing" to blind left curves, and keeping my speed up and leaned over. I tend to slow down-I think it's mostly mental, due to the possibility of cages coming the opposite way. I have no trouble committing and leaning over hard (OK by my standards) on right-handers. Nor, for that matter, on "open" left-handers where I can see through the curve. So? Any suggestions to improve? I'm focusing on a couple techniques I used in the mountains on dirt-leaning the bike while keeping the upper body upright to see further around the curve, and also on "late apexing". Practicing these I am finding helps, but I still have a ways to go to get as proficient as I'd like. Any tips? TIA.