You enter a left hand corner too hot. On the outside of the corner a guardrail is happily waiting to tear you up and spit you out. You throw the bike over as hard and as far as you think possible. It is too late to stand the bike up and hitting the brakes is not a feasible option. Any more lean angle will cause you to crash. You are not going to make it through the corner without impaling yourself on the guardrail at the present turn radius. How do you make it through the corner unscathed? Why is this possible? (This is theory, sometimes it may not be possible for us mere mortals) Good Luck - don't crash!