I went to the track and had an instructor - a very kind man. He told me that my cornering technique was ok and that I was going through all the steps properly, yet he insisted that I should lean forward more (over the tank) when cornering, because (said he) I need to get more weight on the front end.
Here's where the problem is. I'm just off the brakes, the weight of the bike is on the front already (I can feel all of my weight pushing down on the handlebars), and I initiate the turn. My brain is telling me that the front end already has all the weight it needs and is possibly pushing the adhesion of the front tire to its limits.
Do I listen to the instructor and put more weight still on the front tire or do I go with what my brain/gut/ass tell me and try and get as much weight evenly distributed between front and rear?
Perhaps, I'm braking too late, or not enough maintenance throttle...
Your opinions and suggestions are most welcome. I'd like to have an idea before going the track next weekend.
Thanking you in advance