This is nuts. I have a Suzuki TU 250 for well over a year now but was all set to give up on it today. The problem has been that my wrists ache like heck after ten or twenty minutes on it, feel really uncomfortable and strained. I also own three or four pairs of gloves and use them interchangeably depending on weather/convenience/proximity - well, it's been a long wet cold winter in St L and today was the first day in weeks I went out for a spin. More to keep the battery charged than anything because the wrist thing is ruining it all for me. I got some groceries but left my gloves behind and some effin effer took them so for the first time ever, because I am an ATGATT weenie normally, I rode without gloves. CANNOT BELIEVE THE DIFFERENCE IT MADE! NO discomfort whatsoever, the bike felt much more easy to handle and for the first time since getting it (and allowing that I got back into riding after a gap of many years so was taking it easy/nervous at first) I felt the old thrill from bygone years. Here's my problem - if I were only using one pair of gloves it would obviously be the gloves, but I have used four to seven different pairs and the result was similar, a kind of aching stretched feeling and pressure at the wrists. I don't want to ride without gloves but cannot stand the feeling in my wrists with them but don't know why gloves seemingly cause the problem. Has anyone any insights into this nutty situation please?