Welcome aboard! Practice...practice...practice is the best advice I can give. The bike is well balanced which makes tight turns a little easier. Throttle control is the key. Personally I hate having play in my throttle and find it waaaaay easier to control without it.
When turning feather the clutch and throttle and if the front wheel is turned don't use the front brake...find an open area where you know there will be no traffic, start out with wide turns and as you become more comfortable make them smaller...you should consider a taking a safety course.
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