Since you and I have also chatted in PM about this, and since I also said my handlebars don't vibrate, let me chime in.
As others have noted, *all* bikes vibrate to some degree. All of us who have chimed in have owned other bikes and have noted the Versys 650 is silky smooth by comparison. The last part is important. You've said this is your first bike, so you have no comparison and feel/notice any vibration. The truth is, all motorcycles vibrate. It's completely normal. Chances are, none of us notice whatever vibration you're seeing, because we have that comparison. Your idle speed looks fine at 1250/1350. Nothing's buzzing. No parts are falling off. If you neither see nor feel a vibration when you're in neutral and your hands are just resting on the grips, it's not an issue. Your hands just resting on the grips are not heavy enough to suppress any vibration that would be a problem. I seriously believe your bike is just fine.
You are welcome, always! And you are absolutely right! But in this case (and I refer to the handlebars vibrations) even if I don't have a comparison with previously bikes, I literally see with my eyes the handlebars vibrates a little bit when I raise my hands. If I keep my hands on the handlebars I'm just fine and I feel only the fisiological vibrations of the engine (which I like, by the way!) so, since you and other people told me that you don't see any vibrations, the thing that I wanted to understand is if it's natural that the handlebars vibrates in that condition (engine running, neutral gear, no hand on handlebars)..obviously is a light vibration, but there is. Just to understand if it's normal or if I have to check the bike from my dealer next time I will bring it to him.
And thanks a lot for your availability and patience, I appreciate it a lot
Vibration is a cool part of the experience. Riding those steel horses comes down to balancing our skeletons on top of small but powerful engines. We're exposed to many elements out there: wind, temperature, noise, vibration, traffic struggle and fumes. That's what differentiates us from 4-wheeled cagers. After a long time I came to learn it's all part of this way of life or hobby we chose.
That being said, we can certainly reduce the way those elements affect us and make the ride more comfortable. In the end, it's all about compromise as someone told me long ago. You can't have it all in just one bike. Every motorcycle has its character and most of us here possibly agree the Versys is one of the best out there for its price tag and versatility. I changed my windshield so many times it started a joke with my friend riders. Well, it will never be a Goldwing, BMW GS or Hayabusa. It was never intended to. Peace & Love, be safe out there and enjoy the ride.
In this case I'm talking about the handlebar vibrations, the hand mirror isn't a problem since it's doesn't bother me and I know that it's normal considering how it's our engine
Enjoy the ride you too and be safe!
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