As a long time cyclist (primarily road) I tried to set aside my old habits and assumptions when I started motorcyling last summer and took the MSF course and watched a gazillion web videos to learn this new thing. Even started reading "Twist of the Wrist" but it seems a bit beyond me. Now that I'm riding more by instinct and not trying (or able) to recall each piece of book learning, I decided to use my old bicyling habits recently and find it helps me corner at a bit higher speeds - specifically, transferring body weight to the outside peg as the bike leans into the turn. Cornering on a road bike, I'd always have the inside pedal up for pedal clearance and the outside pedal down and weighted at the bottom of the crank rotation for stability while leaning (with more weighting on the outside at higher speeds). On the motorcycle, obviously my pegs are stationary but after initiating the countersteer and lean, I feel - or imagine - a similar stabilizing effect by relaxing the inside leg and shifting weight to the outside peg. I don't recall anything to that effect from all my book learning on motorcycling. So am I forgetting it, making it up, or screwing it up?