When pushing my motorcycle out of the garage

Aug 12, 2019,09:39 AM

today, I thought "why does it feel so wobbly?"... then I found THIS stuck in the rear tyre:

🙁 Some more expenses again...

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Actually it shouldn’t be a huge problem.

 By: bimbeano : August 12th, 2019-13:37
I had my share of flat and damaged tyres. 180 kph with a Ducati 916SPS in a long righthander, it just whobbled a bit and made me realize i had to slowly back off. At home i found there was only 0.5 insread of 2.2 kilo of pressure left. An exploding tyre a... 

You can say that! [nt]

 By: ronhan : August 12th, 2019-10:54

I feel your pain!

 By: InDebtButOnTime : August 13th, 2019-09:06
My motorcycle's tires (usually the rear) have been magnets for puncture producing debris. Once I rode from Big Sur to Pasadena (at least 300 miles) wondering why my new Yamie 900 Secca needed constant corrections to go in a straight line. Low rear tire pr...  

Ouch... brand new tyre... that hurts.

 By: ronhan : August 13th, 2019-14:45
Years ago I got a 10 cm nail into a new rear tyre - and did not notice it till the next day, when my girlfriend saw it sticking through the side wall of the tyre! 😬 Immidiately changed it - too much risk for me.

I should probably change it....

 By: InDebtButOnTime : August 13th, 2019-17:25
but its now been on a number fast and sporty back road rides so I think its safe. Sidewall would be a no brainer. Where this thing went in the rubber is the thickest and the tire had barely worn through its oily stage.... so, very new and quite thick... r...