@Barkydog Wow! That’s a mercy both you and your passenger survived unscathed. And a testimony to your motorcycle handling skills.
I wasn’t actually posing any question, merely an observation. I have never seen a motorcycle with that much offset in alignment between front and back wheels.
I’ve often seen far worse in cars dogging down the road but never to this degree on a motorcycle. I couldn’t tell in what way the cycle was compromised that produced the gross misalignment. Neither wheel appeared to wobble. In fact, the rider was sailing along smoothly, staying cleanly centered in the lane. But the front wheel was turned to aim slightly left while the entire bike was leaned right and the rider leaned left while the rear wheel was tracking decidedly to the left of the front wheel.
Don’t get me wrong, this wasn’t all off by a large number of degrees in offset, lean, aim, etc. But enough all out of whack to be very noticable and downright puzzling as to how the rider could neatly drive along at highway speed while appearing to be correcting for a hard stop fishtail skid the entire time.
I can only imagine the amount of uneven tire wear it was causing.