Oddly enough, the air doesn't get any cooler when you're going fast. Non-riders seem to think that, magically, doing 60 on a motorcycle means you've got air conditioning somehow.
Reminds me of when I'm chasing a friend's hot air balloon. Invariably, at least a couple times a season, there're passengers that want to know how he steers the thing.
There is a rudimentary steerage of a sort. At different altitudes the wind frequently goes in different directions. Changing altitude can let the pilot attempt to 'influence' direction, but there's no 'direct' steering input of course.