Well I was out yesterday on a ride trough the hills near Gembrook and took a right hander that got tighter just as i was 'powering out of the corner'... So i went off the side, but managed to stand the bike upright just before i did, stuck my feet out whilst fighting my natural reflexes (of bailing and save myself ), meanwhile not trying to target fixate on the edge of the hill i was going to go over and back onto the road. But i stayed rubberside down. (Unlike a previous incident :roll: ) So the tip. 1. Stand the bike as upright as possible as you come off the side of the road (this can be done with slight application of front brakes). 2. Off the throttle (or less of it anyway), but NO brakes and NO clutch. 3. Stick your feet out to the side to keep balance and to stop sticks hitting you in the knees. 4. Target your vision and direction to the road, and keep your head up, dont care what you run over (thats what your feet are for). IF you end up aiming at the opposite edge of the road and there is no way of getting back on the road, then just hold on with slight application of front brake and keep your feet down. 5. Do a mental punch in the air and say 'Yeah!! I survived'. Rubber side down, folks PS Any comments or additions i should have in there are welcome.