Had my 3rd accident a few days ago. After having my license for a few months now this is getting annoyingly repetitive. Coming down off a mountain on a 30 degree decline, in the wet, and into a 20kph hairpin. I wasn't speeding - in fact I was going very slowly. I knew it was slippery as my friend in his cruiser was having all sorts of trouble. Anyway, on this turn I gradually squeezed the front brake, unloaded the rear, and highsided on to the ground. I didn't roll. Just crunched myself on my shoulder and chest wall. Wearing full gear. Didn't break any bones. Bike has minor damage. The oggy knobs took most of the hit - but there is a gouge on the tank unfortunately. There may have been some oil on the road as my friend had similiar problems behind me - but was able to stay upright. I didn't really care after coming off - I was in pain and just rode the bike home. My first accident was being run into from behind and my second was in vietnam on a mountain where I hit some debri on the road around a corner. Nothing really serious. I haven't looked at the bike in a few days now. The idea of getting it fixed - again - annoys me. Partly as I'm low on cash and partly as I don't want to look like a complete fool again at the dealership. After struggling again today to get out of bed and living on analgesia I think I've just had enough. It's not about fear of getting back on the bike. I don't think it's even about the bike - although it is quite boring as a LAMS bike. I'm just sick of being punished ("disproportionately") for minor mistakes I have done that have had larger consequences. Anyway - I'm just venting to some degree. I haven't told anyone about this yet (it has only occurred to me today) and I will give it a few weeks before I decide. SM.