The wife and I headed into the mountains of western Quebec to stay with some friends, also was the perfect excuse for a ride. We turned a 3 hr return trip into 14 hrs of exploring back roads and enjoying some corners and great scenery. The wife's ride. I made the mistake of letting Claudine try the VFR a couple of times. Have a feeling we might be fighting over it a bit in the near future. It's easy to take for granted what a great bike they are until you straddle something else again. I love this bike especially when you get it on the type of roads it was made for. My wife was a trooper, always waving me by when the road got nice. The fairly new PP2 ct's were great, I'm not going back to the PR3's, they only gave me 5000 miles anyway and the grip is quite noticeably better with these. I'm gonna ask a stupid question even though the wrath of BB could scar me for the second half of my life. I do enjoy leaning like I'm sure most do and have read a bit on the topic but have never had any coaching. I'm quit comfortable getting off the bike a bit and feeling the pressure with the outside knee and inside foot, the issue is I've been increasingly wearing through the toes of my boots. I have the pegs under the balls of my feet, should it be more towards the toes or is this just normal? I'm just starting to come to terms with going through tires often I don't want to add boots to the bill. I'm hoping it's just some bad habits/foot position from my dirt bike past. Would appreciate some guidance.