Ride-On does not drop once it is set. My bike is on a stand all winter every year, there is never a drop on the wheels. If you look at the picture I posted above, that is how it is, it sticks there and doesn't fall. It is not like that slime crap. That stuff gets on everything, and can result in shop owners/mechanics yelling at you. I've heard of shops asking for cleaning fees.What are the riding characteristics when the bike hasn't been ridden in a few days or longer, can you feel it self balancing on the start of the ride where it feels a little off for a minute?
That picture is several days after my bike was at the shop. There wasn't a single drop out of that channel. The mechanic didn't even know it was there until I asked him if he noticed any of it. He walked over and looked and said "I never noticed it". I towed the bike to the shop, it sat there for several days before they swapped the tire, and I waited another few days to pick up the bike. I asked them to put the tire to the side so I could inspect it. I took that picture when I went to pick it up.