I have a friend that went on a really long ride the other day. He was coming around a huge sweeper and was pulling triple digits. He said that in one corner he was completely pinned at redline on his motorcycle as he was dipping into the Apex. Per Keith Code's Twist of the Wrist 2, you should always be on the throttle through the entire corner allowing yourself to accelerate out of the corner to create a higher exit speed. My friend said that he was too scared to shift into the next gear as he was going into the turn because he was at a lean angle too deep for him to comfortably shift into the next gear. To avoid this in the future, should he be in the next gear up with the room to accelerate through the corner with ease, or should he have shifted at his lean angle and speed? Please keep the following comment to yourself: "He should have been on the track if he's going that fast" He's done a track day or two and was just out enjoying a scenic ride on some fun roads.