I have a question that goes out to anyone who has a Goldwing 2018+ DCT or Manual. I am am experienced rider and RiderCoach . I have ridden Wings for 30 years now, starting with a 1998 Goldwing GL1500. I jus and t took a DCT Wing out yesterday and I like the way the new fork less front end eats up bumps but I noticed something that was quite concerning to me and I was hoping a number of your owners could chime in. I currently have a 2012 ABS and ride.it like a sport bike with large bags. When I practice simple swerving in the road I found what feels like a lack of quickness in the steering. So when I press left to swerve left there is a delay from the actual press to where I feel the bike lean! This was disconccerting to me as a Wing advocate. Could some of your Goldwing 2018+ riders try doing swerves as I would like to know if there is a delay. It does eventually turn but it seems that it is slow to pick up on the press especially compared to my 2012. When I press on the handgrip on my 2012 it turns/leans like right now. I did not feel that responsiveness from the new 2018 double wishbone suspension. Before answering please try doing some quick avoidance swerves and then I would appreciate your feedback. Is what I am saying true above on your 2018+ bikes? Yes I love almost everything else but the slow steering that I witnessed was a big concern. I had the dealership fill the tires before my ride as the TPMS was on from sitting at the shop too long. So I tested the bike with factory recommended tire pressures. Thanks in advance for your honest feedback.