The answer could be many minor check you can do yourself.
1. Check tire rotation on the wheel that you´re feeling the vibration where it be back or front. There´s an arrow on the tire itself that tells you when the bike is going forward what direction the wheel should spin. 2. Check your rotors; sometimes out of the dealership, the tech taht asseble your bike could have made a mistake. Check to se if it bent, cracked, or warped. 3. Check Tire Pressure. 4. Check your Brakes. 5. Check you triple three adjustment. She if the big nut in between the handle bars are tight.
I hope this helps you, feel free to email me if any other questions.
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