This has been discussed on a past thread, but I thought I would bring it back, just to riase the awareness level a bit, at the suggestion of a fellow Netrider. Here's the orginal thread with some good info in it for newer riders, on how to deal with such things. https://netrider.net.au/forums/viewtopic.php?t=42422&highlight=bumps+corner+mid And having re-read that thread, it's full of really good advice. But it does depend on the bumps, and the rider needs to know how his bike reacts to those different kinds of bumps. Whether his/her front-end "chatters" over rough surfaces and "pushes" wide, or if it "lol's" around on the suspension and tries to "steer" wide. Either way...a rider will nearly always run wide. ...But one version is from a suspension/tyre combination issue...the other is a suspension/rider combination issue. To erradicate THIS second one, you must be loose on the bars. It's the only way. If you're arms are in any way tight at the time you hit a bump, then as the bars come up to you, your leading arm will resist, and THIS will cause the bike to turn a little. The first version is harder to avoid since it is inherent to the way your suspension and tyres work. Just get to know your bike and how it reacts to different surfaces, and then ride your bike to it's strengths and weaknesses...Learn something from the way your bike "feels" underneath you at all times while riding. Going light in the seat and supporting your weight with your legs also helps a great deal, as Flux has alluded to in the past. Open for discussion... John.