I was looking to brush up my skills when I discovered Jerry Paladino's Ride Like A Pro.
It's mostly about low-power moves, such as cone weaves, figure 8s, rolling-start u-turn. Quite often I've come within about 10mm of reaching Maximum Lean Angle at around 15kmh.
For cones (obstacles) I use small plastic drink bottles, half-full, so wind won't blow them over. I can easily carry 10 or more in my saddlebags.
He has a YouTube channel and Ive downloaded and am using the 'New Ride Like A Pro ' DVD.
I store it on a USB memory stick, so I can watch it on the TV before I go out for a session.
I do my self-guided training here:
This car park is the largest expanse of tar, that I know of in Melbourne and is usually devoid of any other vehicles at night and on weekends.
At night there's a big streetlamp, so you don't have to depend entirely on your headlights.
So that's my training area. Come on down, you just might see me there.
I wonder do they teach all this at HART?