So...I've been riding for about a month now... Yesterday....I was in an INDOOR shopping centre carpark....with those type of 'smooth' concrete ground. To add to that it was raining outside so it was wet inside as well. I think I was going maybe just 30-35 on a straight, as I was coming towards a corner and a hump infront of me, I applied my rear brakes. I felt the rear of my bike swirve out to my right, (it was like I was going sideways for sec) and at the time honestly I didnt know what the **** to do, in my head was "I needed to slow down" so I THINK I mistakenly applied the front brakes, and boom, there I was on the ground.... I was thinking, what should I have done to prevent this? Because I know if I added a little bit of throttle, I would of swirved less and hit the hump infront of me harder? or If I actually put both my legs down it would of helped stablise the bike? I'm alright, but my bikes handlebars are fked? its not 'un-aligned', like in order to ride straight I gotta keep the handlebars to the right a little.