I have a question on the tires on the new 2018 speedmaster. I have been riding motorcycles for around 46 years and never have had this problem. I have owned three Triumph motorcycles and none have ever done this. When I get into a corner with the speedmaster and the road conditions are full of road snakes “the tar crack repairs” the bike doesn’t seem to handle it well. I am coming off a Yamaha Super Tenere and I am on the same roads. I have a few friends that own street bikes that tell me they shouldn’t have to work as hard as they do to stay with me in the corners on the Tenere. The speed master is a different animal and seems to float all over the road as it goes over the road snakes, the same snakes I have been riding over for years. I am thinking maybe it is the front tire or just the tires in general. I went around one corner which is a left sweeper yesterday and have always been entering at 35 to 40 mph. Well I had a bad feeling about this speedmaster on the snakes so I entered at 30 mph and needed the full width on my lane to make the corner. The bike was all over the lane almost seemed to be sliding a bit but I know at that speed that could not be possible. Has anyone had this same experience with the speedmaster? I have checked tire pressure and have over 1,000 miles on the tires. The tires were warmed up before the turn and it has had the 1st service done. I was out with my Harley friends over the weekend and they said the same thing, being behind me most of the day my bike seemed to drift in its lane in the corners almost like a wobble.