Wow, I guess I was a bit too far on the inside in this corner, right? Yep, that’s about right. You should rather try to take a very wide line when going into that corner and make use of the full lock the Freeride offers; transfer your weight to the outside and then take the corner in one go. You can also try to use the foot as assistance, in this case the right foot. Put it on the ground, let the clutch slip and lift the front wheel up while turning the bike into the sharp bend. Get back on the bike and ride on. Another option is to go into the corner taking the inside line, put your foot on the ground, let the clutch slip and open the throttle a little, this way the rear wheel will slide. get back on the bike and on you go. There’s a third way how you can take a switchback. Just take a wide line going into the corner, then you have to position your weight to the rear and open the throttle at the same time and use the momentum to turn the bike into the bend.