You’re out there in that dry, clean parking lot to practice your braking pretty regularly, right? And of course you learned a long time ago to ride with the balls of your feet on the pegs and without weighting the handlebars. Now, ride your bike in a straight line in that parking lot. Scoot one butt cheek off the seat, and try and “kiss” your mirror. This drops your torso down parallel with the road, but a good reference point is to touch the top of the tank with your fully extended outside arm. Keep riding in a straight line, and pay attention to what the bike is doing underneath you. When you lean off the bike, the machine compensates. Now turn the bike in the direction you’re leaning and note how tight a turn you can make without leaning the bike way over. It’s practically magic!