Yes, so i've been riding for about a month and a half, and have done 3500 km... Feel a lot more comfortable now on the bike and haven't had any issues, until today when I was cleaning my chain. I was in the driveway of my apartment's carparking space as I had been rollling my bike along to clean the chain. A lady was walking down the driveway so I decided to move the bike so she could pass easier. She says "Nice bike", then I say "thanks" and then the bike goes boom onto the floor! Pretty heartbreaking as I was intending to never drop a bike! Anyway, the damage is minor, it's a VTR250 with oggy knobs. I only scratched the handlebar end thing, and scraped and dented the muffler where it joins the pipe from the engine, although as far as I can tell, there are no holes, and it sounds completely normal. Anyway, I'm pretty sure this would have never happened if I took the extra .5 seconds to hop on the bike and walk it forward, instead of pushing it from a stupid position. The handle bar lock was on as well, which definitely wouldn't have helped. Probably a good learning experience for me, as this bike is a secondhand cheaper bike, no real damage done (as far as I can tell now) and only bloody knees for myself. Mistakes are very good to learn from, and I'm not going to do the exact same one ever again!