Hey, this might be a dumb question but I'll ask it anyway:
I got a new Raleigh Clubman, which is my first real road bike. I noticed that when I turn the front wheel left, the rear brake engages and actually starts hitting the wheel after I've turned the front wheel more than about 30 degrees off center...by the time I hit about 50 degrees the brake is fully engaged. The brake cable goes down the left side of the bike (not the drive side), so it seems like if this issue happened it would be when turning the other direction...but it doesn't. There seems to be plenty of extra cable from the handlebars to the brake...almost too much, so maybe that's the issue?
Then again, usually when I'm riding it around I don't think I'm turning the front wheel 45+ degrees off center to make turns...so maybe this is normal?
Is this something I should be worried about, and if so how should I address it? I had the bike shipped to me and assembled it myself, and took it into a local bike shop who told me it was in good shape before I noticed this issue.