Jerky / Sensitive Throttle
Hello fellow Honda CB500 riders!
First time posting here, hoping I can get some answers on a particular issue i'm having with my 2015 Honda CB500F.
Alittle background on myself first, I'm a new rider, obtained my licence about a month ago. My experience on riding different motorbikes include a 2010 Yamaha YBR-125 and a 2017 Honda NC750S. Both these bikes were fairly easy for me to ride and I did not find much of a "jerky" throttle response from both, apart from very slow speeds in first gear on the Yamah YBR-125.
My Honda CB500F however feels very different to both the other two bikes i've used in the past. First and second gear especially feel super sensitive. Small amounts of throttle roll-on or roll-off seem to produce a response i'm not use to. I feel unstable when making turns as the bike tends to jerk backwards and forwards due to throttle input. This feels scary at times if i'm trying to ride around a sharp turn or on roundabouts. I've tried my best, within my skill limits, to control the throttle and keep it as stable as possible when turning and leaning the bike, but the throttle feels very sensitive to me.
Is this a charactaristic of the bike and has anyone else noticed this throttle response from these Honda CB500's ?