My Seiran 24 (Challenge) likes to straighten up repeatidly on gentle curves when light stearing pressure is applied. In a straight line it feels fine. On a moderate curve the stearing feels steady. But on a very gentle curve, e.g., coming out of a roundabout when your riding path switches curve direction, the stearing feels will suddenly "correct" the direction of travel into a straight line if your not firm with the pressure on the stearing. This effect is very disconcerting, especially when you're indicating with your hands and is particularly noticeable at light stearig pressure. There's a bit of slack in the stearing rod [in the joint component of the rod itself rather than the ball/socket joint parts] which is probably the culpret. Anyone else experienced this fault/characteristic? Anyone had exerience of 'tweeking' the stearing rod arrangement [and not ended up in a hedge!] on one of these things: what should I look for, touch, don't touch, etc.?