Grand Prix 500
Main Motorcycle: 2014 T-Bird Storm
Join Date: Jun 2013
Location: Savannah TX, US of A
Since bikes are pretty light, it probably just shoved the rear tire forward without rotating it. But, you should have it looked at by your mechanic, just to make sure the hit didn't bung up any swingarm bushings or suspension mounts. You may also want to check to see if your rear wheel is still aligned, if the wheel/tire itself got hit.
Current: 2014 Triumph Thunderbird Storm "Rockabilly"
Past: '79 Yamaha XS750 "Cerberus" | '87 Yamaha FZ700 "Pandora" | '92 BMW K75/RT "Sif" | '08 Triumph Sprint 1050 ST "Sapphire Strumpet"
I'm not just leaning the bike, I'm tilting the world.