Put my bike down while pulling up at a stop sign. I was having a bit of a ride around yesterday afternoon and had to fill up the bike before I got to keen. Shortly afterwards I rode up to an intersection with a fall to the right. When I came to a stop I put my left foot down as usual and the bike started falling to the right. As this happened I put my right foot down to counter it however I must have got some oil on my boot because as soon as I planted that right foot on the ground it slipped like ice across the asphalt. After picking my sorry ass self off the ground and feeling all stupid I looked at my boot and sure enough it was covered in oil. The tiny oggy knobs did very little to protect the bike and it didn't land very hard as I took a lot of the weight as it fell but I'm not so happy on the scratches on the lower fairings and pipe. Can anyone give me some advice on how to better ensure I am stopping correctly?