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I'm thinking it's probably fine. Remember wind makes you lean the bike to counter act it. So that means the wheel has to be pushed in a certain direction a little in order for the bike to lean and counter act the wind. After riding like that for a decent amount of time you probably don't even notice that your automatically counter steering.
Do remember that motorcycles do not drive straight. If you drove your bike through a paint spot you would notice the front tire lines go from left to right to left to right. This is because the bike automatically balances/corrects for itself. This is why edge traps will put you down faster then shi*. This also applies especially to slooping or rough pavement as the bike will search for an equilibrium.
Still getting it checked out doesn't hurt.
"Go out singing your own death song. Riding hard, doing something you love, and dying free."
Last edited by Roadspike; 05-24-2012 at 06:01 PM.