I came off my bike recently, while riding along the Lockhart Gap Rd to Dartmouth, Victoria. The day was clear; road was dry; and I was really enjoying pushing myself a bit harder in the corners - it was great ! Then, I was heading around a sweeping RH bend, the bike kept wanting to upright itself, but I knew we had to lean into the corner, or disaster would strike. I don't know exactly what happened, but somewhere between fighting with the bike to lean into the corner & actually stopping, I came a cropper. All I remember, is feeling the bike wanted to be upright, and I was fighting to get it to lean into the corner. It wasn't high-speed & the road was pretty good. No, I didn't grab my front brake ! Would an "off" camber make the bike feel this way? I'm probably looking for reasons, and there's probably none... just bit of bad luck. Although, lucky in one respect - I "walked" away with a couple of cracked ribs; trashed gear; and the bike written off.