I've been cruising around sidestreets and carparks working on balance and noticed a few things. 1. No-hands riding. Quite often the handlebars will start wobbling from side to side, slightly at first, then getting faster and faster and more severe until I have to take control of them again. Is this caused by the lack of a steering damper? Most of the time I'm going < 40 km/h on a flat, straight road. I noticed that if I lean back when cruising along with no hands this happens much less often. No-hands is made more difficult on the GPX because of the amount of engine braking so I try it in 6th. 2. Angle of handlebars Looking down at the front of the bike when travelling straight, the handlebars appear to be turned very slightly to the right. I assume this is due to the camber of the road sloping down to the left?