Oh yes, that is very critical! Thank you for taking a look I really appreciate it! I was having a hard time finding anybody else who mentioned this issue. I was getting a little paranoid about it as I haven't ridden the bike much and couldn't tell if this was harming it in anyway. I may get a piece of tubing to try and ease the kink a little if possible.
Here is a suggestion, my experience as a Industrial electrician dealing with severe operating conditions, gravel pits & asphalt plants, high vibration. Tow suggestions, one take some clear silicone and pump it around the kink part, let it cure. Option #2 , use a black wire tie tywrap around the kink part. The idea is vibration will eventually wear through that tubing. The silicone once cured eliminates the vibration, but allows some flexibility. The wire tie looks neater, stops vibration, but no give as to wire movement. FYI the silicone has many advantages including heat protection.
I had years of experience dealing with two 25 HP screening motors that had 600 volt #10/4 SOW cabtire going to them, used silicone supports and silicone across the duct, nothing else worked. When I say severe , the motor junction boxes had to be packed solid with duct seal ,otherwise the wire connectors failed and went to ground, one motor the cast iron base broke, and the remaining motor went airborne. Damn thing weighed over 250 LBs,the screening plant was up at the top of the plant , 60 feet vertical . Needed a crane to lift it in place, whole asphalt plant was down during peak season for 6 hours.