Was turning right at the South Tce / Hutt St intersection this morning, snatched the front a bit too much with the steering pointed to the right... and down she went. I grabbed the clutch and managed to stop her from hitting the ground by supporting the bike with my right leg and trying to heave her back up. As I did I twisted the right handlebar, she started revving angrily and I went for the kill switch. Ironically the car coming the opposite direction that I stopped for was a Police paddy wagon. They got out and helped me wheel the bike off the intersection, as it was flooded and wouldn't start. Nothing like a police escort right when you need it. Once we were in a park, they asked if I was okay, checked my bike license (in jacket pocket), gave a random breath test (0.00), asked how long I had had the bike (1 week), and whether I knew I had to give way (which I did). They could see what I did wrong (as described above), and were on their way. Amazingly the bike sustained no damage at all. I tried starting it with the throttle full open, giving the starter motor a rest every 5 seconds or so, and she eventually spluttered to life, albeit refusing to idle and rev above 3500rpm. Decided to give her a rest and went for a walk down Hutt St to contemplate the past 10 minutes. Looked for a cafe nearby to have some breakfast and calm down. Spotted one not far away. "Please enter, we are open for business!" it said on the door. I go in, and there is noone in sight. Then the bloody alarm goes off! I hastily made an exit in search of another cafe... Made my way up the street (while listening to the alarm blaring loudly in the background), and headed into Citrus for a toasted ham/cheese/tomato sandwich. Only they don't do the aformentioned sandwiches. I didn't feel like forking out $16 for one of their breakfasts, and left hungry to walk back to my bike. It still took ages and ages for her to start, but I eventually got her going. As I started moving I noticed she was spluttering unhappily between 4000 and 6000rpm, and was refusing to idle at stop lights. She was having her revenge and protesting my mistreatment, I thought. The bike was bunnyhopping back and forth when trying to hold constant throttle between those rev ranges. Eventually it improved slightly, for example she wasn't stalling as often, but I was still getting nasty flat spots all over the place. As of now my beastie is sitting in the garage on the centrestand and we have come to the end of this little tale. Any tips or things I need to do or check to get her running smoothly again?