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    Hello,
    My bike is leaning towards right side when hands are off. I did not realize it before few days ago when just for fun i took my both hands off for a few seconds and my bike was leaning to right side. This seems like bike is heavy on one side but if i ride it normally i don't even notice anything unbalance.
    I checked and corrected the rear wheel alignment but that didn't solve the issue.

    What could be the causes other than that ??

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    I think your bike is victim of this Name:  ImageUploadedByPW Forums1452935331.380386.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by asimzb View Post
    Hello,
    My bike is leaning towards right side when hands are off. I did not realize it before few days ago when just for fun i took my both hands off for a few seconds and my bike was leaning to right side. This seems like bike is heavy on one side but if i ride it normally i don't even notice anything unbalance.
    I checked and corrected the rear wheel alignment but that didn't solve the issue.

    What could be the causes other than that ??

    sent from Motorola device

    Leaning towards right side ??? Has anybody also rode it to confirm ??

    let someone else ride it and you ride on another bike at the back and see if the tires of your bikes are aligned or not.....if they are misaligned than your frame is bent....due to an excessive force applied from either the back or front.....usually frame misalignment happens after sever accidents......but in your case since the bike in new u should claim warranty and to be honest there in no real solution tell them to give u a new one......cuz other wise in order to straighten frame they would have to remove everything up till the chassis and than hathora ustad will do an unsatisfactory job and the issue would remain there.
    If you ride like there's no tomorrow, there won't be.

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    Im not sure if they would give me another bike. Also they would say bike is perfectly OK bcoz the issue is when u lift ur hands off the handle, and i think they wont consider it as a fault.
    I will try to ride someone else bike to make sure is it only my bike or every bike

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    I think this is the reason..
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    how is the bike handle free play check the handle movement by putting bike in center stand
    how is the alignment of handle

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    Handle free play is fine and OK nothing unusual

    sent from Motorola device

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    i will say don't worry, frame are strong and alignment in atlas honda bikes
    is very good no issue in chinese bikes you would see rear wheel not aligned
    with front wheel

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    Yes, the bike is perfectly fine and i dont notice any alignment or balancing issues. It was until i just lift my hands off the handle for a check and bike was forcing itself to the right side. I don't understand what could cause this strange behaviour.

    sent from Motorola device

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    i am also very decent rider but i have myself also tried this thing
    leaving hands just little bit to check not for alignment bus aise hai
    it did not move anywhere used to go very straight

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    U r right.. The bike should go straight.. There could be something wrong with my bike, which im trying to find out

    sent from Motorola device

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    different bikes behave different i think you should try some other friend's cg125
    this will remove your confusion

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    and to me it looks like just issue of adjustment of handle free play
    may be in your case your cg's handle is too much free so if you get
    it little bit adjusted i think issue will solved mechanic adjust handle
    free play with flat handle screw driver and hammer there is adjuster
    in handle for free play adjustment

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    Ok i will try to ride another cg.

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    Check if both front shocks have same stiffness

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    Quote Originally Posted by saboor73 View Post
    Check if both front shocks have same stiffness
    R u sure this can be the issue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by asimzb View Post
    R u sure this can be the issue?

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    Its quite possible if your left shock is less stif it will make bike lean on right side

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    But how can i check a single shock stiffness while both are fixed to body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by asimzb View Post
    Yes, the bike is perfectly fine and i dont notice any alignment or balancing issues. It was until i just lift my hands off the handle for a check and bike was forcing itself to the right side. I don't understand what could cause this strange behaviour.

    sent from Motorola device
    Bro did you try doing it on a different road?? i also own a new model Cg but did not face any such issue..this might be a case of an unbalanced road..

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    1.Check tyre pressure and fill it according to the recommended air pressure in bike's manual..
    2.Take your bike to any "rim through wala" and get your front rim checked..
    3.Get your tyre checked from a tyre shop not a petrol pump puncture shop..
    4.Get your handle Checked..
    5.Check the issue 3,4 times on different roads..

    I've experienced this for a long time on my suzuki gs 150.. after 2 years, came to know that the front tyre was out (misaligned)
    .. changed it and the issue was solved after that..
    If it doesn't get solved after all this, then Find a CG rider and give him your bike to test it out.. if he says its fine then probably it's only in your mind..

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