Not sure if this is the right forum to ask this question, but I am looking for a technical explanation of what may have happened. Last Sunday I was driving dual-up with my wife on some Adirondack back-woods paved roads. We probably shouldn't have been out riding because I was tired from the day before. Moot point now. In any case, we drove about 15 miles out and was on the return trip about 5 miles from home. We were coming down a long hill, not really too steep, but it did have somewhat of good left turn. But plenty of time to make the turn if everything was done right. Coming down the hill, I steered to the left but the front wheel moved back to the straight-line position on it's own. Then the front wheel went into a wobble which lasted a few seconds. It then returned to the straight-line position and it seemed like I couldn't move it back to the left. Maybe my imagination, maybe not at that point. But the first two definitely did happen, i.e., front wheel moved back on it's own from the left position to the straight-line position with the wobble occurring shortly after. After that it seemed like I was unable to move the front wheel back to the left. I did get a little panicky because I felt like something had taken control of the bike from me. I then just resigned myself to let the bike go on it's own until we spilled in the dirt. I've got a detailed description on the Dual-Sport Forum of what happened when we spilled. I don't want to call what happened paranormal so I am looking for a logical explanation. Some considerations which may have caused this to happen. Could this happen if me and/or my passenger failed to lean into the turn? Could it happen if my passenger shifted weight to the wrong position? Or perhaps a combination of wrong moves by one or both of us when attempting to make the turn? The bike is a new DR650 with less than a hundred miles on it so it shouldn't have been any failure in the bike. I drove the bike before and after this with no problem. So I believe the answer lies somewhere in the dynamics of the bike going wrong after me and/or my passenger did something wrong. If anyone has a technical explanation for what may have happened it would be appreciated.