Oops. So, my '07 Tiger 1050's had its first nap on its side. Presumably it was upset at being woken up so early for the commute to work and decided to just go straight back to bed. I wheeled it out of the garage and went to put it on the centrestand so I could close the garage door and finish putting on my gear. Lifted the big mechanical cat about halfway up onto the centrestand and then my foot slipped off the lever. I stumbled a bit, the Tiger stumbled a bit, hilarity ensued. The damage: * Bent front brake lever * Shattered front right indicator diffuser (indicator still operable) * Snapped Barkbuster Storm handguard at the plastic/aluminium connection. * Bent custom barend weight + screw * Scratched bar-end mirror ;.; * Cosmetic damage to the washer which goes into the end of the bar-end weight. * Very minor cosmetic scuffing on the edge of the pillion peg hanger, rear brake lever, rear brake caliper pin.. * Had to wipe concrete dust off of the bottom of the right fork leg too. No damage to the engine or fairings/plastics. > And despite the bent bar-end weight, the throttle assembly is intact and not deformed. Phew. Have some photos, too. Tigerdamage1 shows the damaged parts removed from the bike; left side is intact, right is damaged. Tigerdamage2 shows the bent brake lever. Tigerdamage3 shows the damaged bar-end weight and countersunk bolt. Managed to deform the billet aluminium. The two bar-end weights cost me a 6-pack of Coca Cola, so I guess replacing the damaged one will cost 3 cans of coke...? Depending on how much a brake lever and indicator cost, it shouldn't be too dear to fix. This is the first time my Tiger's been on its side, and my VTR250 before that tipped over on soft ground once. If two stationary drops - both when I'm not even on the bike - are all I have to worry about in 110,000km and 5 years of riding, I shouldn't complain. Touch wood.