I'm a new rider who finished taking riding course at PRS. I'm currently waiting for my road test which is coming up in about three weeks.
As I'm practicing for the road test and developing my street riding surviving skills, I sometimes ride to Squamish and Whistler with friends. As I recall from the instructor in PRS, "where I look is where I go" and I always stick to this principle when I go on sea-to-sky highway.
I understand that when riding through a curve, I need to have my eye on reference points, yet I sometimes confuse myself about how far should I make my reference point.
As many of you experience riders know, sea2sky is fun and challenge and sometimes its hard to pick a reference point (for me) as you can only see trees in the middle of the road, or only cars in front of you. Any suggestions?