I just made a stupid mistake about my bike. I was coming to a stop (5km/hr) and thought I could put my right foot out on the curb when I was stopped. Thought I could do it like a bicycle. I totally misjudged the distance from the curb and missed my foot on it and down went my bike. By the time my foot hit the ground it was going down to fast. I was actually happy that I didn't injured my foot. I slipped it outta of the way when I felt I couldn't hold it up anymore. My foot was defintely priceless compared to getting a few scratches.
I can tell you one thing for sure for new riders. If you're not sure of something, don't do it. And know how to fall.
That was a lesson well learned. I'm actually not that upset about it. As I think this type of thing will not ever happen again. Only a few nicks. Nothing bent, broken, or whatsoever. From now on, if I'm not comfortable with whatever I'm doing, I'm not gonna go for it. I knew I was so much better just stopping with my left root down. I don't know why I did it. It was natural, maybe because I cycle a lot.
Ride safe guys!
Oh yeah, it took my engine a few times to start it back on again. Do you guys know what might have happened?
[SIZE=3]Ahh crap, can someone move it to General Sportsbike chat?[/SIZE]