Okay everyone, please be gentle with me as this is my first post on this site. As my profile states, last year I just purchased my first Harley after having owned a couple of different "metric" cruisers in the past. Although I love my bike, I am still getting used to the way it handles. In July of last year (after having owned the bike for only 4 months) I had my first accident EVER and wound up crushing my left ankle (broken tibia and fubula). I still do not know exactly how the accident happened as I was simply turning left at an intersection and was only going 10-15 mph. All I remember is that during my turn the rear tire seemed to slide out from underneath me and before I knew it my bike was down and my left leg was pinned under the primary! Anyway, I'm wondering if anyone can give me some pointers on turning/cornering with a wide glide. It seems as though I have to plan my turns well in advance, especially compared to other bikes I have owned. And, as you can probably imagine, I'm kinda gun-shy about riding my Wide Glide after going though surgery and a four month recovery. Any tips would be appreciated.