I had an off at the weekend, landed on the side of my bike and skidded along the floor before flipping up and pointing backwards.
First thoughts were amazement at feeling no pain, but when i picked the bike up the bars were twisted 45 degrees from the forks. I straightened the stem up but noticed that my QR squewer was bent at the threaded end and the wheel wouldn't sit right.
I have since fit another QR squewer but when I'm sat on my bike I can see that the wheel/tyre is over to the left (not in line with frame).
Have I bent/twisted my forks? I can't really tell just by looking at them, but the tyre is definately closer to one fork leg.
Is it possible to bend the forks back into shape or are they destined for the bin? The forks are Rockshox tora's so fairly low end anyway, but if i can get them back into useable condition it would be good!
If i ride them as they are now the brake rotor keeps rubbing even if i set the calliper position.