Hi I'm new here, just wondering if anyone on here has any advice for a situation I'm in at the moment. I park my bike on a residential street and don't use it that often (at least once a week). I went to ride to work the other day and saw a note left on my bike that said "Sorry I knocked your bike over please call S****". Anyway, I couldn't call back immediately because of work and other commitments, plus who knows when it happened because I hadn't been out to the bike in almost a week. So I call him today and asked him what he wanted to do about it. He starts off with how we are neighbours and he wants "peace and harmony" and then proceeds to say that I was parked in a "pretty ridiculous spot" (huh? legally parked on a street?), and that his wife "has seen it knocked over 3 or 4 times before" (utter BS). So unless I could prove the damage was done by him, he didn't want to go through insurance. I admit the damage appears to be quite minor, scuffed brake lever, bar end, exhaust, footpeg rubber. But I haven't had a trained eye go over it to see if anything serious has happened. Ideally I would like his insurer to fix it up properly (I've only got 3rd party fire & theft, Swann Insurance), but it's an 8 year old CBF250 and I Can't Be Fussed. Should I hit him up with a letter asking for a small amount to replace the damaged parts myself? He also had the hide to ask me not to park there any more. I will continue to do so if anything just to piss him off. I have a feeling he has been annoyed by being done out of a spot because of my measly motorcycle once or twice before. Any opinions, suggestions, ideas for petty revenge?