One of the things you need to learn is to not tighten up in the wind. Lean the bike as necessary and give it a little room to work on its own, a little tweak as needed. Two tightened up arms have a way of canceling out each other's input. It gets harder and harder the more you tighten and the desired correction is never made. Add to that, the bike not going where you thought you aimed it and you've got the makings of a VERY uncomfortable situation. Relax, tweak a little, and all will be fine.
This is all part of the learning curve that takes time. Keep that learner bike for a good while after you think you've got it down.
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Last edited by Dad; 08-28-2005 at 02:13 PM.