"I steer more with my arms for sure. Everybody thinks it's all upper body, people who just watch, who don't actually ride a bike. I know for me, I think I use my body a lot more, my knees, my legs. It's kind of weird, every school, everybody's got their own opinion on counter steering and stuff, but for me it kind of comes natural. I don't notice it as much. A track like VIR (Virginia International Raceway), you use a lot more lower (body) just to get your bike to change directions. You use a little bit of upper body too, but a lot of lower body to get the bike to change directions. Laguna a little bit, but not as much as here or Sears, Laguna, Loudon. Dirttracking you counter steer a lot. That's all you do. You use more of your upper body, but you use your lower body too, to get traction. Coming out of the corner you weight your right peg, you're really pushing on it to get traction."