My initial reaction was (to quote Booker T): "Tell me you didn't just say that". However, counter-steering is, at first, couter-intuitive. You push on the "inside" bar to turn in that direction. Push on the left bar to turn left (or pull on the right). I am assuming you are really asking about turning rather than leaning since the bike leans *beause* it is turning. Pushing on the left bar actually moves the wheel more in the turned right direction (counter-steering) which increases the left lean and turn rate. Keith Code's Twist of the Wrist also has a pretty good explanation on this.