What causes a speed wobble mid turn? I was taking a high speed sweeper, and once I found my line it eventually started to wobble. I'm due for my 7000 mile service, so idk if it was the bike or rider error.
You mention that you may not have had enough input to hold the counter steer....here is a question for you...Once you have counter-steered the bike into the turn and are at the lean angle you want to be (provided you are rolling on the throttle) do you need to keep pressure on the inside bar in order to hold the lean angle or can you loosen up your grip on both hands?
Good. There is a big misconception out there that you need to continuously hold pressure on the bar while cornering but it's not necessary. Once you have the bike at the lean angle you want (provided you have good throttle control) the bike will maintain that line until you counter steer out of it.
I usually just give it more gas.What techniques are you using to help you relax and not hold pressure on the bar?