Thanks for everyone that helped me out and I got to say, It is such a beauty to be in a community where everyone is out there to help everyone.
Special thanks to Rick for your quick respone and offering all the help to a complete stranger. When you turn around and saw us, it seemed to me that you were suppose to be there. So glad everything worked out pretty well.
About my first crash. I have to say, lack of experince on the new bike was the major factor. I recently switched over from a GSXR 600 and its somewhat different for me. Anyways went in a corner too hot and inexperince with the road and myself cause me to go wide and caught the center lane and down I go. The bike landed on my left hip and was directly on top of me including my head. I was never out but I do remember that it hurt like hell since this is my first accident in my life.
Injuries, I got to say, with the looks of the bike, I came walked off pretty good. Thanks to the gear I had. Alpinestar MX-1 1 Piece Suit, Suomy Helmet, Sidi Vertigo Boots. I only have one sratch on my right knee because I was moving inside the suit when i was down. And one on my face because I went into a barb wired fence. So big bruce on the hip and thats it. Still can walk and everything. The suit is totally fine, just some scuff and dirt. No rip or anything. +1 for the guys at Alpinestar for designing these suits.
Experince took from the day and would like share with other riders.
Don't let superman take over and ALWAYS wear good gear. No matter if its a 2 minute ride or whatever cause at the end of the day, It might be the deciding factor if you can walk or lying in the bin.
Again, Thanks for rick, jacky, manni, peter and mike for the support and swinging by the hospital to check me out.