Question about Motorcycles
This does not sound safe!
You don't give a make and model so I can only offer some suggestions that I hope will help.
The part that is attached to the frame that has the handlebars on top and the fork tubes on the sides is called the tripletree.
I'm guessing that the clamps are not hold ing the forks securely. If you straddle the front wheel, can you turn the handlebars from side to side so that the wheel is not pionting the same way as the handlebars? If so, that's where the problem is. Adjust it so it is pointing the right way, and then tighten the clamp bolts so that the forks are secure.
The same thing for the handlebars, only for up and down position.
Let us know how you make out.
Posted on Apr 29, 2015
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