Confidence steering in any direction all begins with being a “good passenger” on your own motorcycle. What does a good passenger do? Nothing—they just sit there and enjoy the ride, following, not countering, the motions of the bike. A bad passenger counters the bike’s movements, staying rigidly upright when the bike leans, pushing the bike away in corners instead of moving in harmony with it, unintentionally countering the intended steering and cornering motions. How do you fix this tendency in yourself?