I've ridden one. They lean just like a motorbike. The steering and balancing are the same. You counter-steer to initiate a turn. The only additional thing is an electronic lock that prevents leaning when you park or want to stop for any length of time. OP needs a bike that doesn't lean because the problem is balance. When you have a vehicle that doesn't lean, the steering effort reverses, which is very dangerous when you first start riding it unless you've never ridden a bicycle. The more experience you have of riding a bike, the worse it is.There have been motorcycles that had two wheels at the front and one at the rear that could be lent over into a turn that I believe worked very well.