For useful camber, the tip of the tire is farther out than the underside. The cause of having camber on your front end is as follows. An ATV’s suspension is forced over in a corner and the suspension flexes. With all the pieces in motion, all this force wants to flex the tire more upright, or slicing the amount of poor camber. A tires biggest traction is accomplished when more of the tread is in contact with the ground. As the bike enters a corner, the forces are likely to bend everything over, adding useful camber.