The number one aid in cornering stability is acceleration, and the number 2 aid is deceleration (braking.) But now in a sticky physics situation with gravity and forces up/down/forward/aft, you now have abs brakes throwing in their one-size-fits-all heuristic in CORNERING(!!) of all situations.
Abs was designed for vertical wheels (cars) and it does an undeniably good job with cars. With mc's however, I have never had a good feel of how hard I should pull the brake or know how it will be compensated. Abs still locks up, but the hard part is how and when it starts to compensate (you NEVER know!) And now Europe (?) has come up with another control for mc abs, other than "it's only benefit is in the rain": which is as slippery edged definition as I've heard. They are jumping MILES in advancement over what they have not yet mastered in the basics.
Turning front wheels inversely in corners is elementary motorcycling. If it eliminates that, then your brakes are on. It's like pulling your parking brakes in a corner, but based on the forces, the abs will apply your brakes for you. Now if you apply them too, you could stop and fall over (or at least be unstable in the apex of your corner.) Why not just mandate 3 wheel (2 in front) configurations for all motorcycles? (I like the leaning front wheels 3 wheeler)
WHAT this does do is address abs liability of a small patch of tire coefficient of friction leaning over in corners (and their claim to fame, "in the rain" no less.) Now less skilled (or unskilled) motorcyclists can lean over like the big boys and have their tires pointed more forward at the expense of going slower (brakes are the NUMBER 2(!) means of stability in cornering.) NOW in addition to not knowing how or when your abs are going to lock up in corners, you will now not know how far to lean your bike over: stop leaning when the bike stops and you fall over in the apex of the corner - ??
Drive safe abs motorcyclists!