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It is definately tough getting used to leaning and turning. Sounds like the biggest cause for confusion is when you are "pressing, leaning, going", you're not actually turning the wheel (unless you're going like 15mph). The whole point of pressing and leaning is to push the bike where you want it to turn, not turn the wheel like a car.

The best advice I can give you is if you're turning left, press and lean to the left, but keep your body upright to counteract the bike leaning. And most importantly, turn your head and look at where you want to end up. The farther ahead you can look, the more accurate your turn will be. If you're looking down right in front of you or at your wheels, you'll loose your balance or miss the turn.
 
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