Some articles on steer, sustained steer:
... of that turn, a bike must momentarily steer in the opposite direction ... While the initial steer torque and steer angle are both opposite the desired turn direction, this may not be the case to maintain a steady-state turn ... The sustained steer angle is usually in the same direction as the turn, but may remain opposite to the direction of the turn, especially at high speeds ...
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