Hi all, I went for a late evening ride to cruise enjoy a warmer night and firstly do some emergency braking. So I did some almost at front end limit of grip but no sliding and pulling up ok. Then I did some low speed figure of 8s and other low speed but with decent amount of lean work. So then I go out for a bit of a ride through Sydneys Commonara Parkway decent curves but all residential so can't really blast it. One corner dips left then uphill. Now this dam corner looks so tastly but my bikes rear said nah I am not having this and slides a good few inches out and thank god I usually am not too tight on the bike so I somehow let it just "do it" and then putputput away heart going a million miles an hour. I was only going about 40-50 but it would have been nasty, very very close to going down. Now I think what the hell I have ridden many corners way harder smooth as silk something must be up, did the rear deflate mid corner, oil there on corner pudddle what? So I stop look at the rear tye, inflated but looks like this. So basically the strips are covered in oil.....great glad I found out in a lowish speed corner I suppose. It was night when I got on the bike so I would have noticed this I think in the day. My question how did this oil get there and how do I get it off? Any experienced guys know whats likely going on? Could I have picked up the oil from doing figure of eights at angle or could it be from my bike or what. Changed oil other day but I obv didnt get this oil onto the tyres like that. Very much a brown pants moment lucky to get out of that without dropping it.