The early stages of learning how to ride a motorcycle are all about developing muscle memory–repeating combinations of hand-foot movements until they’re instinctive and precise, leaving your eyes and mind free to scan the road.
An excerpt I liked and fully agree with which is underestimated in my driving school. Meaning – no repeatedly performed exercises, no referencing to earlier situations, just bullshitting about understanding of what should be done (ignoring that understanding a task and actually performing it are two separate things).
Although bicycles and motorcycles can appear to be simple mechanisms with only four major moving parts (frame, fork, and two wheels), these parts are arranged in a way that makes them complicated to analyze.
[ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bicycle_and_motorcycle_dynamics ]