I bought a 2019 brand new and found I had the same issue about 10K in. I had replaced the tires and added a trunk and found at speeds between 25 and 45 the front end would wobble if I didn't keep enough pressure on the handlebars. I took the bike in the first time and they did the routine checks and couldn't find anything but they wanted me to make another appointment so the bike could be there for a couple of days. During the second appointment they torn both the front and rear ends out the to check the frame and make sure all mounting parts were correct and torqued properly. After this the bike still did the same thing so they wanted to replace the tires again and I told them only if they guarantee it fixes the issue, they weren't going to guarantee this so I waiting a few thousand mile and took it back to have the tires replaced. The tire replacement didn't fix it so it had to go back one more time and they brought in a tech from the factory to look at it. The took the side bags and trunk off for the tech to ride and feel out the bike and said he couldn't feel the problem. My normal tech rode the bike the same way and called me to tell me they could feel the issue anymore. They loaded the bags back on and the issue was back.Hey guys,
I bought a 2020 and everything was fine until around 9k miles. I got new tires put on (Pilot Road GT 6's) and headed to Florida. At some point in the next 1.5k miles the steering would shake around 45ish. When I got back to NC I had the shop check the tires, and they were still balanced. I have read a lot on here about the steering head bearings, and changing over to tapered. The shop says they can swap them out, but is there anything else I should check before I do that?
Also, what is the recommended brand / type to go with? Could you possibly link me?
The bottom line we found in my case was the rear trunk with the windscreen at the most up position was causing turbulence and shaking the front end. I could believe this but I have done the A, B, A test and number of times and fully agree with this.