Are you always on the right side of the lane when you try this - it could be the crown in the road.painlessbob said:When I take both hands off the handlebar, the bike slowly leans/turns to the right.
Riding across Saskatchewan and eastern Alberta, much of Rt. 16 is flat, in good repair, pretty straight, and has very little traffic. I had fun putting on the cruise control and riding "no hands" (although they always were hovering above the grips). Along with weight shifting I experimented with using left and right arms/hands to catch the airflow outside the bubble created by the windscreen. Never did get the hang of that though.Zotter said:Sheesh - folks're slack'n these days. No one's gone off on the idea of letting go the handle bars??!!
That's pretty much exactly how I can balance mine.painlessbob said:If I press down on the left peg and lean left, it balances.