I could do without the keyless system to be honest. It seems like technology just for the sake of it. I've had to rest the fob beside the headlamp to get the bike to recognize it but that may be due to the severe cold here at the moment. -22C this morning. :-(
That is odd. I thought the receiver was under the seat, not up in the TFT display area. Try replacing the battery. Mine constantly reported the FOB out of range until I replaced the battery with a new Duracell.
I tightened the valve core and mine is down 12 lbs in last 2 weeks. I am taking it in when weather permits. I heard that a sticker may have been left on the wheel causing the tire to not seat properly when mounted.
Mine seems to be losing about 5 pounds/week! Haven't looked into it yet (because I'm usually at work when the dealer is open), but I've been checking/topping off that tire regularly.Hi did you ever get this looked into? My front tyre lost 16psi in about 100 miles so suspends a leaking valve or poorly seated tyre?
No that issue is not resolved. Front tire definitely has a slow leak. I was planning on taking it in to Baxter cycle, as he promised he would fix it one way or the other. It just got too cold, so I put it to bed for the winter and I'll take it in the spring.Hi did you ever get this looked into? My front tyre lost 16psi in about 100 miles so suspends a leaking valve or poorly seated tyre?
Before resorting to the tyre seal or goop, try putting a new Schrader valve in. Sometimes these can have a slow leak that the bubble test will not revealOk thanks I’m sure mine has the same issue on the front wheel
I’m thinking maybe out some bike seal or goop in the tyre but really shouldn’t need to just to stop a tyre leaking on a new bike
Pretty annoyed with it to be honest. It doesn’t really fill you with confidence when simple things like this aren’t done right
I hear that!Yeah I have read of people having a sticker on tyre or rim causing a leak but this is literally half the circumference on one side and about a quarter of the circumference on the other side.
It’s either a Duff tyre or wheel or been very badly mounted at the factory
I’m trying to get this rectified under warranty but it’s certainly not confidence inspiring to have this sort of fault in the back of tour mind when riding
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