Sorry to get your hopes up for those who don't like me, but it was on dirt and I'm fine. Been riding road bikes heavily for 6-7 years now, track days, hooning etc and never come off a bike. I recently got into dirt bikes so I knew that would change. I managed to take it out a few times (even in the pissing rain/mud) and survived but I finally binned it. It wasn't as spectacular as I had imagined my first crash would be, but since it was on AznCruiser's bike I'm glad it was minor (sorry again Mal ) Debrief: Basically the back end stepped across when it lifted the wheel, I was heading for the edge of the trail, i tried to dab the rear brake with the throttle still open but a mixture of brand new boots and Mals virtually mon existent rear brake meant nothing happened so I panicked and slammed the throttle shut bringing the bike down hard. I was trying to turn as I landed because I had little space and the front just went. If that were on a sports bike there's no way I'd have lost the front from that. I think my weight was too far back too, the first wheel lift unsettled me a bit and I think I'd shifted my weight back. Live and learn, that's why I got the camera on so I can see what I'm doing wrong. Injuries: I had mx boots, body armor, helmet (obviously), gloves, but no knee guards and I was just wearing and old pair of draggins. Surprise surprise I smashed my knee and hip, i actually landed on some rocks. If I had the missing gear I probably wouldn't have felt a thing. My armor saved my elbow, that wouldve hurt like fcuk. Gonna buy the knee guards tomorrow So yeh after hitting the deck the first few seconds I was hurting and thought ah crap, then it instantly turned into "fk yeh I crashed " it's a stupid thing to say but it really felt like a monkey on my back. Picked the bike up and kept going. Ps: I know my ridings crap, I've got no more than 3 hours dirt experience.