We’ve talked about leaning; line; speed; and braking; as important cornering skills. Maybe the most obvious, but over-looked,
is actually ‘where you look’. Once you’ve done your planning (for line and speed), then look as far through the corner as you can,
focusing on your exit point.

Remember when planning to consider safety. You don’t want to make the ‘apex’ the ‘other side’ of the road
if you can’t see whether there’s any oncoming traffic. The road markings, especially in the wet,
are going to be more slippery than the tarmac.

If you’ve made the effort to get to the top, then enjoy the descent. Make the corners part of the joyous,
exciting fun of cycling. Improve your skills. Join one of our CycleLab Active road rides.