Air pressure is 33 on Bridgestone Spitfire 11 s.
Yes, I am familiar with countersteering. I am 58 and riding since I was 16. How I got really familiar with it, was when I was about 22 and on a cross-country trip with girlfriend, decided to let her drive a while. She was not familiar with countersteering and damn near ran us into a pole. Having ridden a bicycle in my early youth, I had never thought anything about steering. The pole put me to thinking about that trying to understand how she could not do something that seemed perfectly natural and no other way to do it. Since then when teaching, I was always start them on bicycles and point that out. The bike feels exactly like it does when you are riding on big-groove pavement.
I will check the tire and wheel in the AM. Stearing head seems normal and everything seems aligned, but I will check again in the AM, and all nuts and bolts.
I could not see any way to adjust the alignment, and the bike shows no signs of a fall, no scrapes anywhere.
Rear shocks? What should I be looking for there?
Many Thanks for the suggestions!
Last edited by mycalrp; 10-30-2007 at 01:05 AM.