I taught a motorcycle safety class years ago on the gyro effect on a rotating wheel. As an illustration, I used a bicycle tire and wheel with a rod thru the axle hole and had the student hole the rod on each side of the wheels, left and right hand on each side. I gave the wheel a good spin and asked the student to try and move the rod, side to side. Of course they felt the gyro effect The class actually involved placing a bike into a controlled skid to avoid a frontal impact. You can make a high speed turn much faster using the skid than using the bob and weave method. Bob and weave works very well at lower speeds.