Technical and tyres
Once it first started to happen I was checking everything possible. To be honest, once I serviced the brakes and put braided hoses on it, that's when it started. Maybe I'll go back to the standard brake line? But the rear is fine with braided hoses and after a good service.
The front tyre had almost like bobbles down the center of it. By the looks of that true inthought that would have solved it. so I got fresh Tyres (front and rear) and it still vibrated.
Thanks "ianmc" I'll check him out.
We've used Shad panniers and top box on three different bikes. Same boxes but new fitting kits for each bike. I suppose the boxes are around 3 years old now. They've survived several European trips and a few rallies as well. The inner straps work well when someone (not me!) forgot to close a pannier properly recently. I was expecting to get the contents hurled at me, following behind, but everything stayed put.
When I first saw them I thought they looked a bit flimsy compared to some of the more expensive makes but so far they've been really good and seem to be waterproof too, as no leaks so far.
@Colonial-Piglet will you please be more careful , motorsport is dangerous ( as if you didn't know ) we often have signs around our racetracks telling us motorsport is dangerous and not take copy it on the public road when you leave , spoil sports .
BSB & TT
I take your point about Shakey, It's just that sometimes he runs his mouth off. In the past he scathed about the showdown format, Well after his Oulton Park "Performance" last month it sure worked out for him this year. Don't like Ducati in Production racing (and never have tbh) as they have always bent/manipulated the rules to suit themselves.