It begins with a well-balanced bike, dictated by the front wheel. Not all bikes are equal. Some bikes are born this way, others may require some tuning.
1. Find a spot to ride
When it comes time to ride, find a smooth path without distractions.
2. Begin pedalling
You need to have momentum and you need to have some resistance when pedaling. Look ahead down the path and not at your hands.
3. Sit up straight
Loosen your grip. When you let go, sit upright so you create a nice, stable equilibrium. Relax your arms and keep pedaling.
4. Steer with your gut
Balancing comes from your gut. Put your focus there. Your torso does the work and will steer you in the direction that you want to go.