This was last weekend, on putty road, with tweet and 2 other guys(Sry dont remember your names, I think one was yak?) Was pulling off to the side of the road to turn around. The shoulder looked like a solid surface, went of braking only with the front. In the shade, the solid road turned to gravel of the same colour as the road. Long description of 0.4 seconds Front wheel dug in to the left, the rear followed through to the right till i was facing 90 degrees to the left then the rear wheel hit the gravel. I got launched off the right had side of the bike, did a flip, landed on my left knee. My bike slid after me and in the process, snapped the right foot peg braket and the right indicator. Knees heal and indicators and footpegs can be replaced. Lesson learnt: brake on the road, pull off at walking pace. Gravel is unforgiving when you dont see it. Ive already had a stack in the wet, so I think ive learnt all the silly mistakes the hard way. I am perhaps a little too eager to go out on rides with the experienced guys. I'm fine 95% of the time, but there are those few moments that years of experience save you from.