Hi guys, I've been riding my little CB125 nearly every day since I got my L's about two months ago. I ride to-and-from work every day (~7kms) and I've squeezed in the odd zip around on the weekends. Occasionally I perceive what feels like a bit of movement in the rear end of the bike, as if the rear wheel is drifting slightly. It's not major movement (like when I got a puncture in the rear on the way to work one morning) but it's still a bit disconcerting at times. I don't think it's simply the effect of wind buffeting (which initially scared the &^%$ out of me when I cracked 80km/h for the first time) because I perceive it at lower speeds. In respect of circumstances / conditions, all of my riding is at normal / legal speeds on inner-suburban roads and has largely been in dry conditions. Like a good novice, I haven't made any mechanical checks or adjustments and have come straight to the forum! That said, I only had the bike serviced a couple of weeks ago and the guys appeared to have given it a good look over / tighten up. My amateurish guesstimations of the potential cause(s) are listed below but I'd welcome any (relatively) expert comments or advice. All motorbikes do this to some extent depending on riding style and road conditions, and you eventually get used to it. The CB125e does this because it's so small and light. The CB125e does this because its tyres are pencil thin. My bike needs some kind of mechanical adjustment. Nothing is actually happening and it's a purely psychosomatic sensation derived from my fluctuating level of confidence on the bike due to inexperience. Cheers!