The Aero is a whopping 101 inches long from the front tire to the rear chrome fender extension. This is great for the long, low visual impact, but the stretched wheelbase generates a hinge-effect evident at high speeds and in sweeping corners. Couple that with the Aero’s firm suspension, and hitting any pavement irregularity midcorner creates an unsettling sway. This wallow was definitely exaggerated by the weighty load strapped to the bike’s rear end. Damn those hot rollers! Balancing and redistributing the load to place the greatest weight low and center affected the gyration to a greater or lesser degree, but never eliminated the problem. Shifting my own weight forward, however, usually settled the bike back into a smooth, steady line.