Work on proper progressive braking technique using both front and rear brakes for maximum stopping power and stability.
Focus your eyes towards the exit when cornering to help your body initiate the proper lean angle and trajectory.
Covering the clutch can help manage sudden changes in available traction, allowing you to roll off the throttle smoothly.
Be aware of traffic conditions and properly manage the space cushion around your motorcycle for an escape path.
Understand countersteering and push the handlebars in the direction you want the bike to lean when initiating turns.
Scan much farther ahead than you would in a car to expand your visual horizon and recognize hazards early.
Avoid being tense and stay relaxed and flexible on the bike to allow it to move beneath you and react to changes.