Making a single turn on a motorcycle is complicated enough; linking two or more corners in succession is even more challenging because you have to manage not only the corners but the transitions between the corners, too. It's a real feat of coordination to get these transitions just right. Quick-steering transitions, like what you encounter in switchbacks, chicanes, and esses are a necessary skill because, as your speed increases, turning quickly isn't optional—you'll run wide if you don't. When done right, quick transitions can be fun quite fun. Going from full lean one direction to full lean in the other direction other in linked corners is a genuine rush.