I'm new to the Forum and new to owning an Indian motorcycle. 3 days ago I purchased and 2016 Indian 60. The bike is in great condition and has 6500 miles...tires have at least 75% tread left. The day I test drove it was extremely windy in upstate New York. As I was driving it I noticed it had a hard time staying in a straight line as if it was very windy which it was so I figured that was why. After getting it home I took it for a ride the next day on a secondary Highway with slight wind and same thing bike would not maintain a straight line and cornering felt a little squirrelly. So, I parked it at the office and drove my other bike, a 1989 Honda Transalp on the same road to see how it handled, and it had no problem. So the slight wind wasn't a factor but it felt like the bike was in a windstorm. At slower speeds like in town not as noticeable but at speeds 40 and above and worse the faster you go the bike has a tendency to weave left and right like the wind was blowing it around and I have to constantly correct for it. It has Shinko white wall tires which I made sure were inflated to 36 lb front and 40 lb rear and drove it again and the same thing. I have been riding Adventure bikes most of my life and I am now 62 years old and have owned over 30 motorcycles in the last 48 years and have never experienced this feeling on a bike before unless the front tire air pressure was low. This is the first Cruiser I've ever owned and really like the riding position and the bike. Any suggestions would be great, hopefully I didn't buy a lemon. It doesn't pull to one side it weaves back and forth...I checked and the front axle is tight, tire is not worn or cupped.