Hm. Let's see. Street tires are effectively hard/hard, and they're really not made for excessive lean angles. I'm used to running super-soft tires that are made to heat up and stick, with treads on top but slick on the sides for more grip.
Double that with "How do I get to work if I crash my street bike?" and let's say that the strategy for today was Nice and easy does it.
I did succeed in practicing looking farther through the corner, and somewhat better at relaxing the outside arm. And I think I was running circa-2:05s, which aren't that bad given my lack of desire to push the limits. (Although I did find the limits of the BT-014s in the Carousel, and while trail braking. Managed to keep it upright and just let off a bit sooner in both cases...)
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