OK...just back from a session after reading your advice about cornering in my earlier thread.
Here's what I tried today:
After doing seven, one-minute intervals, I rode back to find a place where there was a 4-way stop and no traffic.
I proceeded to do laps, making right turns at speed as my practice.
I did the first few at 20 mph on the hoods. After that I did a batch of laps in the drops doing 21's. I used the sweep method.
I approach out wide enough that I am just into the opposite direction lane of traffic, then sweep into the turn hitting the apex and sweeping out as wide as I came in just about....accelerating out of the turn.
The scariest part for me is actually while I am still going straight and setting up for the turn. It seems like it's all happening very fast and there's no turning back. Yet while executing the turn, I feel fine. It was good to feel how the bike reacts and to see what it's like going that fast around a corner.
I guess now it would be good to practice this further...do some left turns too...and then maybe find someone who would ride with me to practice this alongside, so I get the feel of not only doing it, but doing it with others around me, huh?