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Don't ride on an uneven surface!

Seriously, how experienced a rider is he? What do you mean by uneven? Cambered or pot holed? Could well just be him used to say a more upright bike.
 

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He said even white lines. He had his 'experienced' bike friend ride it whom said 'He said he has never tryed such a poor handling bik' funny how it was perfect last week eh ?
 

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I got the same thing on one bike... It turned out it was the way I was sitting on it. I moved back and it was like it was on rails.

If the guy has gone from a commuter / naked to a sportsbike and isn't sitting properly that could be the problem, I dunno
 

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Its his problem, not yours lol give him advice, but no money back
 

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i had that when i brought my vfr becuase the former owner didnt exactly know how to lean round a corner so the running patch was flat........ so when you lean the bike does feel wrong and like it will topple over....................if he`s been burning out that can also be the problem flats down the rubber

that maybe the problem i dunno just my point of view :
 

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He said even white lines. He had his 'experienced' bike friend ride it whom said 'He said he has never tryed such a poor handling bik' funny how it was perfect last week eh ?
Well if he's that experienced surely he can narrow down what's wrong?

Just tell him to feck off and buy a bike to match his ability, tell him Honda are doing good deals on C90's at the minute...
 

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I have nicely squared off tyres, and mine does that. But it just moves the bike, it doesn't want to topple over lol. Hes probably just a pussy and hasn't learnt to lean.
 
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