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. In fact the only aspect of riding that is different is the steering through curves rather than leaning.
If you start taking corners fast, you better start leaning into that corner or you'll be very close to getting thrown off. It's a different kind of leaning though as you are fighting centrifugal forces. The faster you take corners the more you need to lean into those corners and it really helps you take that corner. So yes, you do lean but the machine does not. Now if you are taking corners like a 90 year old man then there isn't much leaning needed. But if you are riding with a little spirit then you do need to lean into those corners. It's just a different kind of lean. (y)
 
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