Re: Hello from Quebec, Canada
Welcome to the forum. Your bike looks really nice and I'm sure you'll get the alignment problem straightened out. One suggestion I would make once you have it all back together again is to walk your bike for a city block or so with the clutch disengaged so that the bike will roll. As you walk listen to the chain to see if it is hitting anything and watch the chain to see if it wants to jump the sprocket. If it is really out of alignment it will jump. Once you're satisfied that the chain looks ok fire it up and take a ride! Got a helmet? You are in for some fun!... and you'd best prepare yourself for a lot of envious looks and questions.
Someday when I grow up I will probably lose interest in toys with wheels, but until then...