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1: Check your steering stem bearings. Remove, clean, assemble and torque.
2: check tire psi. I like to run 2psi above recommended pressure. You'll get better tread wear and better handling.
3: get a fork brace. I have the Tarozzi on my VN. Made a big difference in handling. Our VN's have long fork tubes that twist and bend under stress.
4: adjust rear shocks stiffer and change the fork and shock oil.
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"At the same time it will probably be the last bike I ever own, so I have learned to live with the embarrassment it some times causes. (Well, unless I hit a major lottery, then some form of trike may come into play.)"

A friend of mine just got a Ryker Rally Sport with all the luggage. Very sweet trike and fun too. As fast as any cruiser in the twisties, there's a Rally 900 in my future.
 
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