A lot of people never think about the physics or even the technique that go into riding their two-wheeler. Scooters especially are so light that it’s easy to go years riding them without giving a second thought to all the coordination that goes into it.
In another of a long line of great content from ScootSafety.com, founder Alan Hearnshaw breaks down counter-steering and what it means for how you ride your scooter.
First, let me get this out of the way: Counter-steering is not a myth. If you’re turning at anything over, say, 10 MPH, you already are counter-steering whether you know it or not.
So if you’ve ever wanted to know more about “push right to turn right”, give this article a look and be sure to subscribe to Alan’s site for future safety and riding tips.