Time for a thread instead of a snotty reply from me.
Ok, we've all had an oh shit moment in a blind decreasing radius turn. The timw you almost crossed the center line (or did) and said "WTH happened to the corner, it tightened up?!"
I've included lat long for google earth for you nerdy types
1. Downhill right hander coming back from the ferry turnaround on sunshine coast. Lots of trees and it is about the 4th hard right hander on the way back into town.
"it's somewhere around here i think" lat=49.6224689688, lon=-123.984902799
2. Hwt 33. OLD sportbikewest site, just East of Kelowna right before you hit the gravel driveway. Signs, flashing lights and the whole deal. I slowed down PLENTY for the slightly down sloped right hander I thought. Boy was I wrong.
"#2 scary moment" lat=49.8675161938, lon=-119.274641405
3. Just outside Neah Bay on the Olympic Penninsula is a right hander that has caught some damn good riders out. It hidden by a rock wall and you can't see it tighten up. If you go wide here and can't reel her in, you are swimming after a long bumpy ride through some trees.
"Neah Bay death trap" lat=48.3482782822, lon=-124.525478378
Mine above oddly are all right handers. I take right handers faster I think. I like to corner on that side. I like 1 and 3 due to the sheer terror that came with the turn. Rollercoaster it is. 2 pissed me off because I was ready for it and went damn slow and it still spooked me. Not a "good" spook.