Originally Posted by Fajita Dave
..........If you turn the handlebars left, you create a centrifugal force that pushes the motorcycle's mass right. This makes the motorcycle lean right and vise versa. That is for the initial turn in. Here is how counter-steering works mid corner while leaned over. If the centrifugal forces get weaker (turning the handlebars away from the corner) the motorcycle will fall to the ground because gravity wins out. If the centrifugal forces get stronger then the motorcycle will be pushed upright..........
Priceless explanation, Dave !!!
We start and stop the bike's rolls by turning the handlebar and inducing a centrifugal force.