Yup, need to know if you've been banging the front wheel back down much. If so, headstock bearings may need adjustment.harvee said:
Thanks....that's what I was thinking...and it's the easiest to fix!StuckInKansas said:If it shakes all the time, and gets worse with speed, the tire/wheel needs balanced. If it happens with bumps, look for leaks around the seals. If it happens when hard on the throttle, they all do that, nature of the beast.
AA said:"letting the forks up" will have steepened your rake angle.
This will help the bike drop into corners quicker but make it less stable leading to the shakes.
Put em back and see if it goes away.
+1kjazz said:Mine does that but only when transitioning between two really tight corners on the local track. The front end is light but not lofted up, just sort of skimming the pavement. I'll get just a quick little shake, nothing too scary. I haven't tried to address it, maybe I should. I haven't seen it any other time. Are you really gassing it when this occurs? or straight and level?