Originally Posted by JRWooden
If this is an ABS-equipted bike there are two bleed screws - on on the caliper and one on the master cylinder.
It is sometimes difficult to get all the air out of the system.
Some folks have reported that tying the front brake lever in overnight helps
(tying it in the position it is in when you apply the brakes)
Thanks for the advice. After bleeding the brake fluid, through the two on the calipers, the brakes were strong and the lever firm. Now, spongy again. So that implies air is getting in somewhere, right?