I have had my 2105 A for about 6000 miles now, and am not entirely happy with the bikes tracking/handling.
The problems are:
1. The bike wanders like a drunken sailor, picking up on every groove or pitch in the road. This is very pronounced at low speed and gradually diminishes with speed to the point that it is almost not noticeable at around 60 mph.
2. the bike is hard to drop into turns. It sort of "pushes back" when you try to counter steer, and in tight turns the wandering makes things extra challenging.
3, When I turn or if I weave down the road (on purpose) like a racer trying to warm up his tires, there is a pronounced sound that comes from the tires when the bike is not going straight. During the weave, you get a whaa-whaa-whaa sound at every turn.
4. the problems seem to be getting worse
-the bike has the original tires. The front has minor cupping.
-I had the steering head bearings checked at the 600 mile service and was told it was correct. I had them adjusted at the 4000 miles service, and the adjustment made no discernible difference. The bearing adjustment feels "right" to me. No binding.
-everything seems tight, and like I said above, almost all of the issues are unnoticeable above 60 mph. Hey, I just think I figured out the answer....
So, anyone else experience this? Thoughts? Is this a symptom of the stock tires? If so, what is the best replacement? Would love to hear from anyone who has had similar experience and how tires (or other mods / adjustments) might help. Thanks.