I did do a bit of a search but didn't find an answer. I'm just about due for a new rear tyre on the Bandit. It's a Bridgestone. I noticed this morning that it's near-bald on the right hand side, about 1/2 way from the centre-line to the edge, and that this is not the case on the left side. (I mean, there's a narrow area a cm or so wide where the tread grooves are almost gone, at that position, not that it's bald from the centre to that position!) Any idea whether it's something be be worried about? or maybe there are just more right-hand corners on my daily commute, or I get on the power harder earlier on right-handers than left (I'm not aware of an particular handedness in my riding style). I assume if the wheel was not straight (i.e. dodgy chain tension adjustment or whatever) that I'd feel it more, and I'm also not sure that would lead to the observed effect in an area where it would only be wearing when I'm leaned over a reasonable distance.