Guess what?! Yep thats right! Didn't have to pick anyone up for training as i usually do so i thought id take the bike since i havent ridden much of it all week. Rained early in the morning so the roads were a bit wet (drying up). I know most of you are from the Eastern States but for the WA folks, i was going down Reid Hwy, was speeding a tad, its 90 but i was going about 100 as most people do there. Theres a small hill climb before the traffic lights at the Erindale Road intersection so thats where i backed off a tad, lights were red and also saw the green light for turning right. I actually wasnt paying attention to the red light and saw the green light but then i realised, "Oh shit, better slow down!" So i did what i think i did, a quick stop but with the very slippery road and a bit of traction loss from the rear tire...bike came out from underneath, this time right hand side instead of left Broken Indicator, bent foot peg, twisted front forks (i think), loose front brake lever, scratched exhaust, overall not that bad, defiently not gonna claim this as my premium will be about $1 000 000 next year. I'd like to thank the people who stopped and helped me pick the bike up and move it over to the side of the road. I was very upset and very angry, kicking the broken mirror and almost kicking the bike. I think i know why the people at the traffic lights didnt help me out, or maybe they were just pricks? Now im in a dilemma of selling the bike after its fixed or not....parents havent really mentioned selling it, they're just glad im ok.