Wrong, the coutnersteer gets to be instinctual and is very very subtle. The higher the speed the more subtle it is, but it is still there.<quoted text>
You can really tell when shifting to opposite turns , it's more fluid, and no room for counter steering.
Here is another article on countersteering by a group that modified a bike to show they are not only body steered:
Remember at any speed a bicycle is still an inverted pendulum. The second article I linked explained it very well. If you put an upside down broom on your palm and want to go right you first must get the head of the broom to fall to the right, you do that by moving left, momentarily. Once the broom has fallen of to the right a bit you can balance that fall by the centripetal force of the turn.