http://www.pinkbike.com/news/Fabien-Barels-videos--how-to-cornering.html Cool video on PB. Question: I once overheard a Highland camp instructor (not sure who it was) say that instead of keeping your body vertical and leaning the bike over, you should lean your entire bike and body into the turn (ie, lean with your head). I tried this out and it felt like it worked very well for me. Fabien suggests the opposite, that you keep your head and chest vertical and lean the bike way over, keeping all your pressure on the outside pedal. The problem is, when he emulates the "rider lean" style, he keeps the bike vertical when doing so, which is obviously a bad idea. So...which is the better technique (or is there one)? Which do you use? I don't know if it's just because Highland has no flat corners (all berms all the time) that the rider lean worked, or if I just suck and it encourages me to drop bad form, and that's what made me feel more in control.