So it happened again, I've had an oopsie.. :roll: The bike is a complete write off. Whilst going through the spur around one of the sharper corners, the side stand had hit the ground causing the rear tyre to loose traction and I lowsided the bike. Unfortunately for me, I have no insurance! But that is another story.. There is a reason for this post. I'm sure many of you have wondered (after a few stacks), what exactly you're doing with yourself and if it's all worth it? When I got home last night, I had already rang my oldies and told them the news. I walked in the door and we spoke about what had happened. My parents started to pour their hearts out. "Sometimes the things we have a passion for aren't always the best thing for us to be doing" When my Dad said that I started to cry. They've made it clear they dont want to bury their daughter, and I kind of have to respect that. But I really want to keep riding. I'm so confused. I dont know if I should hang the boots up or keep riding. Perhaps a break and then get into some track days? How do you say goodbye to something that gives you so much personal satisfaction? What else compares? I dont know.. Im not sure if I'm making any sense here, but perhaps some 'deep and meaningfuls' from some other's who have been here before would be a great help to this little, lost rider..