This is normally about the time that people start debating where the term "trail braking" comes from and what "trail braking" is. One school of thought is that it is simply a reference to "trailing" off the brake through the entry of the corner to some point selected by the rider. The other is that you brake into the corner shifting weight to the front end and decrease the "trail" of the front suspension by compressing it, thereby shortening the wheelbase and facilitating turning. In the latter you want to trail all the way to the tightest point in the turn so that the bike is most agile when agility is most needed. I have no idea what the genuine origin of the term is.