Last night I thought it would be good to go for a quick ride around town just as it was getting dark. It had been raining very lightly but I thought nothing of it. I was an idiot. It was the roundabout on Riddell Rd and Phillip Drive in Sunbury that got me. I started to accelerate out, the bike was still leaned over and then I was on the ground. I think I probably hit about 40km/h before landing. The mark on the road is less than 10m long... I think. The left side of the bike took the damage. The indicator light is there it's just inside the fairing. (The seat is fine I just took it off) From what I can tell I've damaged the frame that holds the headlight fairing in place, the mirror, clutch leaver, gear leaver, left bar end, left footpeg, and various fairing pieces. The tank has a spot about 1mm diameter where the bar hit it. I was lucky in that a rider in his car was following me, stopped traffic and helped me get the bike off the road, made sure that all the pieces of my bike were collected and then followed me home with the parts I couldn't carry. Thanks Rod and family (if you're on here). My gear did it's job. The jeans (rhok) got one hole where my boot slid on them. Other than that they weren't damaged. My jacket has a few marks now too. I slid on my lower back/butt by the look of it. The right elbow has the biggest hole where I assume I put my arm on the ground as I slid. The left elbow has a couple of scuff marks (the side I actually fell on). I didn't get the chance to test the back protector out luckily. And my boot. My helmet hit the ground so it'll need to be replaced. The visor couldn't be put back on at the scene but when I got home I got it back on. The internal visor helped when I was riding back home and it started to rain. I got a friction burn on my left elbow from the jacket, a sore finger and a sore hip. I've been checked by the doctor and he says I'm fine and I just have bruising. What did I learn? How quickly an accident can happen I reckon there was less than a second between rolling the throttle and being on the ground. I knew that the road was slippery/going to be oily but I acted like it wasn't and that was a very stupid thing to do. I'll try and get the bike down to the mechanic today or Tuesday and see what he says in regards to cost to repair and check that structurally it's okay (I think it is but it should be checked). With any luck I might be able to get a new clutch leaver and shift leaver straight away, the rearset might take a little longer to replace. That'll at least get the bike ride-able in the short term. Now to start looking for replacement fairing parts. Link to the other images. P.S Hopefully this is the right area to post, it was a toss up between here and general.