Join Date: Nov 2009
Location: Lander, Wyoming
All one really needs to do is to Push the windward side of the handlebar Down into the Wind. Your muscles will automatically give the handlebars the proper amount of counter-steering without even thinking about it. Don't think about 'steering' the bike, think of it as 'tilting' the bike.
Another way to think about cross-wind corrections is to Allow the wind to blow the front wheel while your hands keep your head on the same line, and keep your eyes level.
If one will practice quick wheel track to wheel track or lane to lane changes on deserted stretches of highway while in windy conditions and even while going around curves this will all become second nature.
Modify at "YOUR OWN RISK"!
Still riding my 1987 KL650-A1. 84,000+ miles & counting