You’ll be able to control everything about your bike once everything helpful has been deactivated. The position of your rider can be altered; he can lean into or out of corners for greater speed, or rock forwards on the bike to scream down straights. You’ll also be able to control front and back brakes individually.
All this extra control comes at a price, though. You want to be able to slow the front wheel without touching the rear one? Then get ready to have your rider catapulted over the handlebars, because the trade-off for having direct control over your bike is the increased sensitivity to, well, everything. Brake a fraction too hard and ride and rider will go their separate ways. Lean overenthusiastically into a corner and those pretty bike leathers turn a funny shade of red as the tarmac burns through to the bone. Biker will, of course, become detached from bike. It doesn’t take much at all to split the two up using the hardest game setting, but it’ll just make you all the more-determined to get better. That’s the plan.