On the ride home this arvo, split to the front a few times and all was good. For one set of lights it was a long way, there was a truck narrowing the gap and I wasn't sure where in the light cycle we were up to, so I just decided to wait at the back. Dropped it into neutral, took my hands off the bars and tapped along to the music in my headphones, when the bike lurched forward and went down. At first I thought I might have bumped it into gear with my foot without the clutch in, but it turned out a guy had run up the back of me. Snapped off the clutch lever, but that's it. He was apologetic and fine and gave me his card, and will pay for the new clutch lever (and fitting: possibly with a cable I'd have done it myself but with the hydraulic system on the Bandit I don't want to fiddle with it myself when it's his fault anyway). So, I pretty much did everything wrong and was lucky to pay so low a price. Should have split. If I wasn't going to split, given that I was at the back, should have had it in gear and my eye in the mirror. Ah well, live and learn for both of us I guess.