This video demonstrates and explains very low-speed countersteering. It was produced as part of an article on countersteering, which can be found here:
Tight Turns and Counter Steering
An exercise event we held to help with tight turns and counter steering. At
one point you will see "the shackle" maneuver where we switch positions
simultaneously. Music is Eric Clapton's "Forever Man"
Countersteering 101 v1.1
This is a slight update to the original Countersteering 101 video. The
original description was:
This is a video which is actually intended to stand on its own, unlike the
other two I've posted. Covers the very basics of countersteering. This is
suitable for anyone who doesn't understand what countersteering is, or how
it works. Does not include technical explanations, physics, or math.
For those who are interested, the video was made by shooting on and
capturing from a JVC GR-DF430 video camera into iMovie and Final Cut
Express HD 3.5. Audio was recorded in Soundtrack 1.5, and video was fit to
the voiceover track in FCE. The video is compressed with H.264
compression, and the final Quicktime is just over 24 MB.
How NOT to Take a Corner on a Motorcycle
Sometimes I just chat about something off the top of my head and people
take offense. Don't agree? Just politely say so. If you make a good
point...I'll probably change my mind. Might be different if I feel strongly
about something, but in these last few vids I've just been randomly
60 Second Lesson: Turning From a Stop
Turning from a stop can be very frustrating, especially when turning right
because if you don't do it well you can end up in oncoming traffic. Here's
some quick help!
This video demonstrates the concept of countersteering. Many new riders
have problems understanding just how pressing against the handgrip in the
direction you want to go can actually cause a motorcycle to turn or move.
It seems very confusing, especially since the first action of pressing
causes the front tire to turn slightly AWAY from where you want to go.
I threw this together to try and show just what this press does and why
doing it right is important
How to Stand up a Motorcycle - Harley Davidson Street Glide
http://GoPINKMagazine.com and www.PinkBikerChic.com Eldonna Lewis Fernandez
hows you how to stand up a heavy bike with ease. Thanks to Vicki Sanfelipo
of Accident Scene Management for teaching this technique. The Street Glide
has a running weight of almost 900 pounds yet this technique makes it easy
to stand up any bike. GoPINK!