Consider a 3 meter wide track, the incline is 30 degrees, the terrain is dirt road with some sand, rocks, maybe mud. An at least 90 degree turn is approaching, and you have clear visibility of the whole turn.
How do you choose consciously (and with practice subconsciously) your path through the turn, in order to minimize loss of speed? What factors affect the decision and in what way?
So here is the scenario. The incline is constant 30 degrees. A and B indicate the terrains on both sides of the track.
What effect on the decision has the estimate how much is A and B dangerous. For example, if B is a 100m drop, and A is lush field.
Here is an example of taking the turn entirely on the outer edge. This has the effect of increasing the turning radius. On the other hand, on slip and the bike leaves the track.
On the other extreme, here is an example of taking the turn as tightly as possible.
Further, if there is another turn very near, the exit line of the first turn directly affects the attack line of the second turn. What are the strategies to deal with a double turn?