Please move this post if in the wrong section. I have used the search function but haven't obviously found this topic or anything resembling it before. My concern is regarding how choppy my throttle becomes over undulating or rough surfaces. I initially thought it was a suspension issue (and am still hoping that is the case, because it's easier to fix than retraining my riding style). My current ride is a Daytona 675. I've not experienced this phenomena on any other bike I've owned - but admittedly this is my first "pure" sports bike. Essentially, when cruising at CONSTANT speed (ie: neutral throttle position) over a rough or undulating surface, I find that the weight transfer causes my throttle hand to instantly shut the throttle - not all the way, but just enough to cause deceleration. As soon as the bike is over the bump and the chassis has settled, my hand rocks back to the previous position and off I go again. Of course, this all happens in a tenth of a second - very quick and noticeable to me. The effect is a stop-start-stop start kind of action - frustrating to say the least. I have several recommended suspension fixes to try, from stiff to soft and will apply each over the next few weeks and see if any setting is better, and work from there. In the meantime, I wondered if other riders (probably the head down, bum up riders) have experiences similar problems and have successfully located a solution or workaround. Thus far, all I've been able to use as a workaround is to brace my throttle hand with one finger against the brake lever to prevent the forward motion of the throttle which causes the off-on action. The only other workaround I've found is to adopt a racing crouch so my wrist and forearm is parallel with the ground - not really practical for commuting (and looks damn silly at 60kph), or to sit with my balls wedged against the tank, upright as possible and placing near to no weight on my wrists, but even then the problem can occur. Does this make sense? Hope someone has experience they can share.