Anyone else run into this? I've had ABS do its nana on two different bikes on the same piece of road, and leave me with effectively no brakes. I prefer having brakes. Situation is thus: a short wide road that I tend to pop a whoolie on of a morning, with a traffic light at the end so I need to pull up fairly briskly. There's three big tree roots under the road that act like speed bumps in the braking zone, so you have to put the front down, settle it, brake hard, release to give the suspension some travel to deal with each bump, then brake hard again after each one. It's a bit of a mental exercise I like to do in brake and suspension control. It's no drama on a bike with no ABS. But on the Triumph, and a few weeks ago the KTM, it's making the ABS go bananas. Something about this situation triggers it to think it's lost traction or some such, and it just releases the brake. The lever is useless, I've got bugger all stopping power. I don't much like it. It's making me think I should turn ABS off by default, when ABS was actually one of the reasons I went for this bike. Your thoughts?