Another one of "those" stories guys, unfortunately. While riding in the rain last night on my way home I had an accident. And this is how it happened. I was riding down Sydney Rd, in the far left lane. Going roughly...55-60kmh, in a 70kmh zone. I looked over my right shoulder real quick, to do a head check, and merge into the second lane, but the car in the second lane was way too close, so I decided to keep going straight. As I straigtened up, and keep going...the two cars in front of me had slaaaammed their brakes on as there was an ILLEGALLY parked car on the site of the road. They slammed their brakes on. I slammed mine on. With no room to swerve to the right as I would've been cleaned right up by a 4x4, last thing I remember was hitting the guy in front of me, flying over the handle bars and my helmet smacking the concrete. Next thing I remember is 4 people helping me to the side of the road and calling the ambulance for me. The guy I hit was shaken as hell, but nice to me, considering... (cant wait to see his bill for repairs though), as was another lady that called the ambulance. I was taken to Royal Melbourne for xray and a CT scan. Released at about 11pm, with a whole lot of bruising, but no broken bones, thankfully. Currently at home, sore as all f.uck, and the CBR is in the garage with a mangled front end. KBC helmet did wonders (I have a bad headache tho), the Dainese gear doesn't even have a scratch on it, and the RST waterproof gloves are much more than just waterproof! As I am soon to be off restrictions, the CBR250Wreck is going for sale...and I will wait it out to get another bike. And as I wasn't insured, god only knows how much I'll pay for the Barina's damages. I'm still shaken up, and can't think straight. Have no idea what's going on, I just keep replaying the moment in my head. I need to sell the bike now...where's Sumoto when you need em?