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Originally Posted by whitekimchee View Post
Lately I feel like the front of my bike is always leaning to the left no matter how precisely I align my stem with my front wheel. I'm not sure what's causing this. It might just be a matter of genetics (one arm being slightly longer than the other) or maybe my fork is bent? I really don't know what it is. I play around with adjusting the stem but it still feels crooked when I ride. I know it's not that serious but little things like this irk me. Any ideas as to why this occurs?
do you feel your bike is leaning to the left or turning to the left? A misaligned stem/fork would cause turning.

maybe if your bar is not centered on the stem that may cause a unbalance and a leaning on the front end.
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