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the platform for your feet, and how you adjust this as the terrain becomes steeper, while still focusing on the “under rotation” Basic cornering followed; here we introduced a few techniques to help with the corners. We changed his body position to a more balanced set up, as well as using the hips and heels to increase the corner grip and control. Matt picked this up really quickly and was becoming more confident that when you lean the bike over, so long as you have your body weight in the correct place the tyres give loads of grip.