Here's a goof question........WHY is it only the left pant leg rides up over my (work)boot when I ride and not the right pant leg? I thought maybe it's because of using the shifter, but you use the foot brake too and it just does not seem to do it on the right side. Come on, anyone else run into this or am I now starting to believe I have one leg longer than the other (did I just say that?!)? This is of course when using the floor boards.
Told ya it was a goof question.
I don't fight it. I kick my feet up on the highway pegs and enjoy the breeze. I do occasionally hop off the bike at the destination and forget to roll them back down too. Oh well. I gave up on being cool a long time ago.
the rotational vortex of the rotor turning at half the speed of the rear tire creates a turbulence that reverberates off the down force from the ft fender causing a severe uplift off the front of the primary, seeking the low pressure area within the draft of the left pantleg.