The Crimson Rider® wrote:i can also just hit ACH more.
then i would be familiar w/ the turns so that even if i can't see it... i'll have a good idea how it curves.
No, don't go to an open road, especially with still blind curves. You just need to go and focus specifically on rght hand turns only. I'm merely asking you to take 1-2hrs of your riding career and practice a specific aspect. Like basketball players, we don't all come out of the womb knowing how to do a layup. If you watch weekend warriors, they often cannot perform the simple task of a correct layup because they never learned how to perform a simple layup. Every fundamentally skilled basketball player knows, from the free throw line, one dribble/step with the inside foot, take 2big steps and jump, stretch and reach to "lay" the ball on the backboard. For a right handed, its left-right-left, for lefthanded it right-left-right.
Now, go break down the mechnics and fundamentals of turning right in a parking lot, or go practice layups.