Put some skis on the front and a track on the backYeah doesn't look like we will be riding this month in Ontario 😭😭😭
I am not rich like you or @Otown LOL I think Otown can afford it or exchange/trade in, one of his rides for itThis is what I had in mind
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I think this was a better race , I don't know how many agree to agree or disagree or have seen something better240p is horrible
Had a little high speed wobble, probably because of new tire and road surface.Has anyone had one on the New CB's
It even happens in MotoGP. It's happened to me on brand new bikes with the suspension professionally set up.I believe it usually happens especially when you have a play in your steering head w/ bad bearings or also bad adjustments of shock dampers & rebounds.
According to racing engineer Jeromy Moore, it’s an “underdamped torsional oscillation of the front wheel/suspension which can be set off by either a road input or input from the rider’s weight creating a steering moment or even a gust of wind”.
I need to try that , coz quite often my front wheel lifts up about 5 to 6 inches on 2nd gear, when I am rushing out from the gate.It even happens in MotoGP. It's happened to me on brand new bikes with the suspension professionally set up.
How to avoid a tank slapper or speed wobble - webBikeWorldA tank slapper is when the handlebars wildly oscillate. Also called speed wobbles or death wobbles, as the latter name implies, they can be lethal.www.webbikeworld.com
If you get front wheel lift and the tire comes back down off axis, it can easily cause it.
It's funny how the ass knows to tighten up faster than your head LOL and in the morning it knows to blow the bugle before the arrival of General Shit 😂I had a small one when the front ws skimming the pavement and hit the edge of a pot hole, just enough to tighten my ass up a bit
Does that mean the heavier you are, you would not experience a speed wobble till you cross a certain speed threshold ?I need to try that , coz quite often my front wheel lifts up about 5 to 6 inches on 2nd gear, when I am rushing out from the gate.