what is the point of doing anything? For example asking this question. This is deep, man......
Well, that the point gets interesting and puzzles me,
1. I honestly think I didnt push the handle bar by any means in the mid-turn or did any steering corrections.
2. "Adding throttle and lean angle at the same time is one of the leading causes of lowsides." I think this will cause lowside because of losing the back end. not in my case the front end.
3. During turning, some say I should ease my arms on the tank when turning, and put my weight on the foot pegs, and you say I should keep constant pressure on the handle bar, which in my view is a little contradicting. the way I feel I am doing right now is your way. and when I trying to lean, I feel I dont have enough leverage to keep the a constant pressure for counter-steering during my turn. I know I must sort out my BP issue first tho.
1. There are clearly steering inputs being made, you can see it in your video. Sometimes it doesn't feel like you are actually putting input into the bars but just the simple act of tensing up or being too tight on either one of the bars can cause it to wiggle.
2. Adding throttle and lean angle at the same time can cause you to lowside by losing the rear end OR tucking the front. Basically you lean the bike over too far for the tires to maintain traction. It is more common to lose the rear end if you give it too much gas while leaning.
3.I never said you should keep constant pressure on the inside handlebar, I asked you if "need to continue to keep pressure on the inside bar throughout the entire turn or can you press on the bar, get the bike to the lean angle you want and then release the pressure while you begin to roll on the gas?"
The correct answer is that you should put ONE input into the handlebar to get the bike at the lean angle you want, then release all pressure and just roll on the gas. the bike will maintain the same line (provided you have good throttle control) until you countersteer OUT of the turn.
It looks to me like you were continually pressing on that inside bar throughout the entire turn (maybe in hopes of getting your knee down). That in combination with your body position caused you to simply lean over TOO far for the front tire to maintain traction and down you went.
your weight should be off the bars, but constant pressure should be used to keep the bike on that line, what misti means is once you've made your steering input & put the bike into the turn, you should keep the bars in that position til you're ready to stand the bike up on exit, one steering input maintained with pressure on the bar, not weight on the bars. your weight should be held with your legs & core muscles.
Actually what I mean is that you countersteer into the turn and once you are at the lean angle you want then you STOP PRESSING either bar. Your arms can relax and you don't need to keep constant pressure in order to hold the bike on that line. Provided you have good throttle control the bike will maintain that line until you counter-steer out.